Pediatric and Neonatal Immunology

Neonates have an emerging immune system, which is basically dissimilar from adults as a result of originally living in a semi-allogeneic sterile environment which will be then being exposed to a microbial-rich surrounding, rendering newborns highly susceptible to the infections. The main constituent of immune protection moved from the mother to child is known as antibody. This will moved from the placenta to the fetus using the FcRn (neonatal Fc receptor). Antibody will also transmitted to the infant from breast milk.

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