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What Immune Cells Induce Apoptosis
Immune cells are the white blood cells (WBC) in the blood. There are different types of wbcs that fight infections or respond to immunizations in different ways. . For example, your immune response to the 1st measles vaccine differes from the second vaccination in the types of immune cells that react to the vaccines. Immune cells also go out of whack, and ...Read more
What makes immune cells only attack one type of antigen, as opposed to multiple different antigens?
It's complicated: When immune cells come into contact with a foreign substance (called an antigen), they engulf that substance and either start making antibodies to it or activate other immune cells to come into the area to fight off the foreign invader. Antigens are fairly specific so antibodies that form are also fairly specific. Sometimes mistakes occur however. Here's a link to more: http://bit.ly/1uy9lyG ...Read more
If neurons are dramatically damaged by immune cells and stop or produce very little electrical and chemical signals what's this diagnosed as ?
Far too broad: What you have implied is some form of immune or autoimmune neuronopathy; however, the differential diagnosis of this is very broad. See neurologist. Look for hard data regarding what parts of the nervous system are being affected and what blood studies show about state of inflammatory mechanisms. What evidence are you using for "dramatically damaged"? ...Read more
How is your immunity: Immune cells are the white blood cells (WBC) in the blood. There are different types of wbcs that fight infections or respond to immunizations in different ways. . For example, your immune response to the 1st measles vaccine differes from the second vaccination in the types of immune cells that react to the vaccines. Immune cells also go out of whack, and this causes autimmune disease. ...Read more
If you doctors find a cure for HIV ... Will it also cure the damage immune cells ( well i don't think soo )?
If there was an extract that would induce apoptosis/autophagy in cancerous cells and prevent metastasis, would it be beneficial to treating cancers?
Theoretically: Yes substance that would induce programmed cell death would be beneficial, but would need to target only neoplastic cells. ...Read more
Why inflammatn from psoriasis doesnt cause hair fall nd inflammatn from alopecia areata causes hair fall when same immune cells are involved in both?
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