Cytokines in innate and adaptive immunity
Cytokines and chemokines are hormone-like messengers which act to regulate the development and expression of the broad array of immune responses that are mounted against a variety of pathogens. As such, they are critical determinants of the types of cells which will regulate and participate in innate and adaptive immune responses, they may act both in highly localised environments but also in a systemic manner, and they may, themselves, directly mediate antimicrobial effector activities. In...[Show more]
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