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Dysfunctions of the immune system can be categorized by whether the immune system is under- or over-reacting to a stimulus. Primary immunodeficiencies are typically caused by congenital mutations, whereas acquired immune deficiencies are generally caused by a virus (HIV). Autoimmunity is an adaptive immune response directed at self-antigens.
Download our pathway card to learn about cross-talk between the tumor microenvironment and the immune system.
We highlight the best markers for immunophenotyping human and mouse cells, compiled from over 250 references.
Find out the interaction between immune and autoimmune cells, neurons and glial cells.