Immune dysregulation

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Immune dysregulation is an unrestrained or unregulated immune response. An inappropriately robust, or weak immune response. Immune dysfunction.

Diseases[edit]

Intestinal macrophage dysregulation has been implicated in inflammatory bowel disease.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kobayashi et al. IL-10 Regulates Il12b Expression via Histone Deacetylation: Implications for Intestinal Macrophage Homeostasis (2012). The Journal of Immunology.