Induction and effector phases of the immune response: physiological and pathophysiological features

Comparative Immunology, Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
J GoudswaardJ A van der Donk

Abstract

A review is given on the current state of knowledge about the induction and effector phases of the immune response. Physiological and pathophysiological features of the regulation of the immune response are discussed comparatively for both man and animals.

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