Immunology of Influenza

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The immune response to influenza A virus infection involves both B and T lymphocytes.  The innate immune system triggers the body's "emergency response" to invaders such as infections. This rapid attack gives the body's adaptive immune system time to generate antibodies that specifically target the virus or bacterium. Flu vaccines train this adaptive immune system to attack specific viral strains.
  • Immune responses and inflammatory conditions
  • Active Immunization
  • Immunity to Influenza virus

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