Immunology

 

  

Immunology is the study of mechanisms for resistance against infection and disease.   Immunity can be either natural (i.e. inborn) or acquired.

            Immunity can be humoral with the production of antibodies, or cellular.   Cellular type of immunity called cell mediated immunity as opposed to humoral immunity involves the use of cells for resistance against disease or infection rather than the use of chemical substances called antibodies as in humoral immunity.  

      Cellular immunology

 

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