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AuthorYassine, Hadi M.
AuthorMoin, Syed M.
AuthorCyprian, Farhan S.
AuthorWheatley, Adam K.
AuthorNasrallah, Gheyath K.
Available date2019-09-03T06:39:54Z
Publication Date2019-07-22
Publication NameJournal of Immunology Researchen_US
Identifierhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2019/9710910
CitationHadi M. Yassine, Syed M. Moin, Farhan S. Cyprian, Adam K. Wheatley, and Gheyath K. Nasrallah, “Immunomodulation Induced by Host Pathogen Interaction,” Journal of Immunology Research, vol. 2019, Article ID 9710910, 2 pages, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1155/2019/9710910.
ISSN2314-8861
IdentifierArticle ID 9710910
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/11780
AbstractControlling and preventing infections require deep understanding of the complex interplay that occurs between the host and pathogen following infection. In essence, immunomodulation is any process leading to an immune response that can be altered to a desired level. In mammals, the immune system has developed an extensive array of cells and immunomodulators to recognize, identify, and eliminate foreign invaders. On the other hand, pathogens have evolved multiple mechanisms to combat the host immune system as they establish infections. In this context and under certain circumstances, an infection may result in a subverted immune system, which may lead to an exacerbated illness. Recent advances in biotechnology have enhanced our knowledge of the complex interplay that occurs between the host and invading pathogens following infection, through understanding of the microbial virulence strategies as well as the host’s approaches to combat the infection.
Languageen
PublisherHindawi
SubjectImmunomodulation
SubjectHost Pathogen Interaction
TitleImmunomodulation Induced by Host Pathogen Interaction
TypeArticle
Volume Number2019
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