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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This study emphatically analyzed the efficacy of intravenous injection of Ig in the adjuvant treatment of children with severe pneumonia and its influence on humoral immunity and inflammatory state.
Single-cell RNA sequencing unveils an IL-10-producing helper subset that sustains humoral immunity during persistent infection: the research focuses on the issue of persistent infection.
This hormone may cause cellular and humoral immunity failure because of the changings in the plasma concentrations of corticosteroids and adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH), resultantly lymphoid tissues get affected and the mass of spleen, thymus, and bursa reduced ultimately (Daghir, 1995).
The first, humoral immunity, is the production of antibodies that bind to and neutralize pathogens.
A research work was conducted in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Lahore to determine Nabumetone 'simmunomodulatory effects on cellular and humoral immunity. Albino mouse was used as a test animal.
(Table-2.) The humoral immunity involves interaction of B cells with the antigen and their subsequent proliferation and differentiation into antibody secreting cells.
Humoral immunity is essential in protection against PeV-A3 disease, yet seroepidemiological data on population immunity are limited (5,6).
CD69 marker is critical for the generation and maintenance of professional memory T-helper lymphocytes, which can efficiently facilitate humoral immunity (34,35).
(1989) Immunobiology and Immunopathology of Human Gut Mucosa: Humoral Immunity and Intraepithelial Lymphocytes.
Two types of leprosy reaction are type 1, known as reversal reaction (RR), caused by acute changes in cellular immunity, and type 2 reaction known as erythema nodosum leprosum (ENL), caused by humoral immunity process.3 Reversal reaction is associated with cell-mediated immunity (CMI) activities, consists of T helper cell-1 (Th1) and 2 (Th2).
Cellular and humoral immunity against AAV can affect the safety and efficacy of gene therapy and the ability to re-treat patients later in life.