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A Framework of All Discovered Immunological Pathways and Their Roles for Four Specific Types of Pathogens and Hypersensitivities

bioRxiv

Jul 8, 2014

Wanchung Hu

Abstract

Tfh initiates four eradicable immunities. Tfh includes FDC, LTi, IL21 CD4 T cell, and IgG/M B cell. Treg initiates four tolerable immunities. Treg includes DCreg, ILCreg, TGFβ CD4 T cell, and IgA B cell. TH1/TH1-like is immunity for intracellular bacteria/protozoa and type 4 delayed typ...read more

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IL17D gene
IL22 gene
Eosinophil Count Procedure
Blood Basophil Count (Lab Test)
Hypersensitivity
Delayed Hypersensitivity
TH1L protein, human
IgA1
IgA2
IgG1
11
5
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A Framework of All Discovered Immunological Pathways and Their Roles for Four Specific Types of Pathogens and Hypersensitivities

bioRxiv

Jul 8, 2014

Wanchung Hu

DOI: 10.1101/006965

Abstract

Tfh initiates four eradicable immunities. Tfh includes FDC, LTi, IL21 CD4 T cell, and IgG/M B cell. Treg initiates four tolerable immunities. Treg includes DCreg, ILCreg, TGFβ CD4 T cell, and IgA B cell. TH1/TH1-like is immunity for intracellular bacteria/protozoa and type 4 delayed typ...read more

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IL17D gene
IL22 gene
Eosinophil Count Procedure
Blood Basophil Count (Lab Test)
Hypersensitivity
Delayed Hypersensitivity
TH1L protein, human
IgA1
IgA2
IgG1
11
5

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