Changing Views of the Evolution of Immunity

@inproceedings{Dishaw2013ChangingVO,
  title={Changing Views of the Evolution of Immunity},
  author={Larry J Dishaw and Gary W. Litman},
  booktitle={Front. Immunol.},
  year={2013}
}
Views on the evolution of immunity have been redefined as studies in protostomes, invertebrate deuterostomes, and various vertebrates have elucidated molecular details of host defense (Litman and Cooper, 2007; Boehm, 2012). Diverse species possess vast repertoires of immune related defenses, which have evolved into sophisticated, integrated networks (Rast and Messier-Solek, 2008; Messier-Solek et al., 2010). Certain components of immune defense represent either homologous structures or reflect… CONTINUE READING
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