Immune System Modulators

Immunomodulators help the body to produce extra cytokine molecules. Cytokines are “messengers” that tell the immune system how to react to certain things. For instance, your cytokines may tell your immune system that there is a virus present and with how much aggression it should attack. Part of the attack is producing a certain amount of inflammatory cytokines to help take care of invaders, viruses, bacteria, infections or disease. Immunomodulators help the immune response to be more “appropriate” or “efficient”.

  • Interleukins
  • Cytokines
  • Chemokines

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10th Molecular Immunology & Immunogenetics Congress

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