humoral immunity

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humoral immunity

n.
Immunity involving antibodies, which circulate as dissolved proteins in blood and lymph, as contrasted with cell-mediated immunity.
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According to the OMPs proteins to activation of both arms of the cellular and humoral immune system and have antigenic and strong Immunogenetics properties has combined with strong immunogenic protein CagA will increase the immunogenicity (humoral and cellular) against both Brucella and H.
05) suppression of humoral immune system, even if the birds adequately vaccinated and predisposed to ND, HPS and IBD on challenge.
These data display a functional response of the humoral immune system in all immunized groups, except group IV, compared with the control group (Figure 4).
Before vaccination these children require immunological examination (determination of cellular and humoral immune system parameters), with subsequent individual justification (IDD of 2-3 degrees) of the need for immunocorrection.