Cell Mediated Immunity

Cell Mediated Immunity is a cellular response against antigen without producing antibodies. It acts against antigen by activating phagocytes, antigen-specific cytotoxic T-lymphocytes, and by releasing various cytokines. It is effective in removing virus-infected cells and also participates in defending fungi, protozoans, bacteria and cancers. It plays an important role in transplant rejection (rejection of transplanted tissue by the recipient’s immune system).

Related journals of Cell Mediated Immunity :

Journal of Fertilizataion : In Vitro-IVF-Worldwide, Reproductive MedicineGenetics Cell and Developmental BiologySingle Cell BiologyJournal of clinical and Cellular ImmunologyJournal of Cell Signaling, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews : Developmental Biology, Biochimica et Biophysica Bioenergetics, Biochemical Journal and Progress in Lipid Research

 

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