This article originally formed the introduction to mechnikovs immunity in infective diseases translated by francis g binnie and published by cambridge university press in 1905 although countless advances have been made in our knowledge of immunity and in the technological sophistication with which we continue to acquire new knowledge mechnikovs emphasis on the importance of the study of immunity is as relevant for medical scientists at the end of the twentieth century as it was for his . Immunity in infective diseases metchnikoff elie isbn 9781345495317 kostenloser versand fur alle bucher mit versand und verkauf duch amazon. Immunity in infective diseases metchnikoff elie binnie francis g isbn 9781345482607 kostenloser versand fur alle bucher mit versand und verkauf duch amazon. For most infections save those caused by large eukaryotic pathogens type 1 immunity is protective whereas type 2 responses assist with the resolution of cell mediated inflammation severe systemic stress immunosuppression or overwhelming microbial inoculation causes the immune system to mount a type 2 response to an infection normally controlled by type 1 immunity in such cases administration of antimicrobial chemotherapy and exogenous cytokines restores systemic balance which allows
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