The immune system refers to all of the cells, tissues, organs and processes that protect an organism from invasion by pathogens. Viruses, bacteria, parasites, and some toxins are some of pathogens that the immune system is involved in eliminating from the body.
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Articles relating to the study of the immune system, including medical specialties and techniques, as well as manipulations of the immune system (such as vaccination), can be found in Category:Immunology.
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Pages in category "Immune system"
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- Activation-induced cytidine deaminase
- Active hexose correlated compound
- Acute-phase protein
- Adaptive immune system
- Adipose tissue macrophages
- Alloantigen recognition
- Allostatic load
- Anti-gliadin antibodies
- Antibody opsonization
- Antibody-dependent cell-mediated cytotoxicity
- Antibody-dependent enhancement
- Antigen presentation
- Antigen processing
- Antigen-antibody interaction
- Antigenic variation
- Antimicrobial peptides
- Autoimmune regulator
- Immune adherence
- Immune complex
- Immune privilege
- Immune receptor
- Immunoglobulin A
- Immunoglobulin class switching
- Immunoglobulin D
- Immunoglobulin E
- Immunoglobulin heavy chain
- Immunoglobulin light chain
- Immunological synapse
- Immunoreceptor tyrosine-based activation motif
- Immunoreceptor tyrosine-based inhibitory motif
- Indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase
- Innate immune system
- Innate lymphoid cell
- Integrin alphaXbeta2
- Intracellular antibody-mediated degradation
- Panel reactive antibody
- Passive immunity
- Pathogen-associated molecular pattern
- Pattern recognition receptor
- Peripheral tolerance
- Polyclonal antibodies
- Polyclonal B cell response
- Primary and secondary antibodies
- Programmed cell death 1
- Protein M
- Psychosomatic medicine