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Innate,adaptive and mucosal immune response in HIV

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Viral infections result in a strong activation of the innate immune system that is followed by the development of adaptive immune responses. Infection with human immunodeficiency virus type 1 does not differ from other viral infections in activating the immune system, and much of the studies have now demonstrated significant activation of components of the innate immune system in primary HIV1 infection, preceding the development of adaptive B and T cell responses. The mucosal immune system plays a vital role in protecting the host against many pathogens and environmental antigens while inducing tolerance to non-pathogenic commensal flora.

  • Mechanism of immune response
  • Pattern recognition receptors
  • Variation of immune response

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