Bacterial Immunology

Bacterial Immunology is the study of the immune system's response to bacterial infections. It encompasses the mechanisms by which the immune system detects and eradicates bacterial pathogens. This field investigates innate immune responses, such as phagocytosis by macrophages and neutrophils, and adaptive responses, including the production of specific antibodies by B cells and the activation of T cells. Understanding bacterial immunology is crucial for developing vaccines and treatments for bacterial diseases. Research in this area also explores how bacteria evade immune responses and the implications of antibiotic resistance on immune function.


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