humoral immunity


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humoral immunity

[¦hyüm·ə·rəl i′myü·nəd·ē]
(immunology)
Immunity in which immune responses are mediated by immunoglobulins. Also known as antibody-mediated immunity; immunoglobulin-mediated immunity.
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Overall, however, the dietary alterations in terms of energy apparently induced no perceptible negative effects on the humoral immunity of the lambs.
Suppression of AIM appears to intercept two different obesity-associated pathological immune responses, namely, chronic inflammation based on innate immunity and autoantibody production based on humoral immunity," the researchers wrote.
Eight papers examine these developments from such perspectives as clinical manifestations of hyper IgE syndromes, the essential role of DOCK8 in humoral immunity, DOCK8 immune deficiency as a model for primary cytoskeletal dysfunction, and epidermodysplasia verruciformis and the susceptibility to HPV.
Overall, the proposed study, using standard molecular biology techniques, will produce an immunogenic map of the cardiotropic AAVs, generate a panel of novel AAVs that evade humoral immunity but retain tropism, and therefore unequivocally provide with most needed vectors for human clinical trials and the opportunity for personalized medicine.
Dietary supplementation with Chinese herbal ultra-fine 3 powder as a prebiotic enhances cellular and humoral immunity in early weaned piglets (Deng et al.
As for humoral immunity, results have consistently indicated that serum HI or MN antibody titers correlate inversely with morbidity rates after vaccination, which are the most valuable correlates of protection (7).
Transfer factors help to stimulate NK cells, a vital component of cell-mediated immunity, while herbs can be valuable to support both cell-mediated and humoral immunity.
Humoral immunity in kidney transplantation; what clinicians need to know.
Interpretation & conclusions: Our findings showed that cellular as well as humoral immunity are critical in MRSA infection and that T cell activation and the increase in chemokines may play a role in the regulation of immune response.
In humoral immunity, it regulates immunoglobulin (Ig) secretion by B cells.
Is it possible that the humoral immunity involved in allergy affects the cell-mediated immunity that regulates neoplastic proliferations (e.