The immune structure

Posted: September 3, 2013 in Immune system
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immune_structureThe immune structure is the body’s normal defence combination that helps battle infections. The immune system is made up of antibodies, white blood cells, and other chemicals and proteins that fall and demolish substances such as bacteria and viruses that they identify as imported and different from the body’s standard healthy tissues.

The immune system is also accountable for allergic reactions and allergies, which may happen when the inoculated combination incorrectly identifies a matter (allergen), such as pollen, mold, chemicals, plants, and medications, as dangerous. Sometimes the inoculated organization also mistakenly attacks the body’s own cells, which is known as an autoimmune affliction.

Inoculated combination disorders cause abnormally low function or overactivity of the inoculated process. In cases of immune group overactivity, the majority attacks and damages its own tissues (autoimmune diseases). Inoculated deficiency diseases subside the body’s talents to battle invaders, causing vulnerability to infections. Allergies effect from the immune system’s overreaction to a non-ominous strange substance. Foods and inhaled particles like pollen and pet dander are the most usual allergens (substances causing allergic reactions). When the immune structure senses an allergen, it stimulates the deliver of chemicals such as histamine.


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