Immunity and its Modification by Drugs
The immune system is the ubiquitous collection of cells and mechanisms which defends the body against a legion of infecting agents, and neutralises the effects of most foreign substances. It knows and remembers the enemy, and concerts the defences against them.
KeywordsHerpes Zoster Migration Inhibitory Factor Aplastic Anaemia Sodium Cromoglycate Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis
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