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Current Science on Immunopathology

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Current Science on Immunopathology
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The study of the body’s immune responses to a disease is called immunopathology.  It refers to the damage caused by the immune system to the body as a response to combat the infection. Allergies, hypersensitivity, autoimmunity, immunodeficiency and cancer are some of the subjects that are included in Immunopathology.

Current Science on Immunopathology discusses and researches the reasons and consequences of the body’s immune system response on the body itself. These data are accumulated in the open access journals like Journal of Biomedical Research & Environmental Sciences that are referenced by students, faculty of eminent colleges, researchers and scientists for the advancement of medical field.



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