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Advances in Immunology M Aternal a Ntibodies , C Hildhood I Nfections , and a Utoimmune D Iseases Transferable Maternal Immune Protection

@inproceedings{RedAdvancesII,
  title={Advances in Immunology M Aternal a Ntibodies , C Hildhood I Nfections , and a Utoimmune D Iseases Transferable Maternal Immune Protection},
  author={Red. and S R. and Osen}
}
ECOVERY from an infectious disease or an encounter with a nonmicrobial antigen is usually followed by the development of resistance to that disease or a rapid and heightened immune response on reexposure to the antigen. These effects, termed immunologic memory, are explainable by the generation of increased numbers of precursor lymphocytes during the initial encounter and the induction of a special " memory " quality of individual T and B cells. 1-4 Alternatively, memory could result from the… CONTINUE READING

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