Immune Regulation

Immune regulation refers to the intricate control mechanisms that maintain a balanced immune response, preventing both inadequate and excessive reactions. This regulation involves a network of cells, proteins, and signaling pathways that coordinate immune activity to recognize and respond to pathogens while avoiding damage to healthy tissues. Dysregulation of immune responses can lead to autoimmune diseases, allergies, or immunodeficiency. Understanding immune regulation is essential for developing therapies to treat various immune-related disorders and enhance vaccine efficacy.


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