Regulating immunological memory may help immune system fight disease
[unable to retrieve full-text content]Scientists have long sought to better understand the human body’s immune responses that occur during various diseases, including cancer and inflammatory diseases. Scientists have now analyzed how immunological memory — the memory the body’s immune system retains after an infection or vaccination that helps protect against reinfection — gets generated and maintained, as well as the role inflammation plays in shaping that immunological memory.
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