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Innate Immune memory

The innate immune system is known to be instrumental in directing adaptive immune system to eradicate pathogens and tumours. However, dysregulation of the innate immune system can lead to unwanted inflammatory responses that precipitate immune-mediated diseases, including autoimmunity and allergy, suggesting it has a central role in host defences and inflammation.
When Mar 14, 2017 01:00 PM to
Mar 16, 2017 03:30 PM
Where Wellcome Genome Campus
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