Immune System - HealthEngine Blog
The immune system is responsible for the protection of the body against infection. It is divided into two parts: the … Continued
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Differences between Primary and Secondary Immune Response - Learn Microbiology Online
The initial encounter of a naïve immune-competent lymphocyte with an antigen induces a primary immune response; a later contact of the host with the same antigen will induce a more rapid and heightened secondary immune [...]
Difference Between Humoral and Cell Mediated Immunity The immune system has two divisions: Humoral Immunity – the aspect of immunity, mediated by macromolecules found in the extracellular body fluids. Cell Mediated Immunity – the aspect of immunity that identifies and destroys infected cells. What is Humoral Immunity? Part of the bacteria, causing infectious diseases, live and reproduce in the extracellular body space. […]