Specific immunity while healthy phagocytes are critical to good health they are unable to address certain infectious threats specific immunity is a complement to the function of phagocytes and other elements of the innate immune system in contrast to innate immunity specific immunity allows for a targeted response against a specific pathogen. Carl r woese institute for genomic biology university of illinois at urbana champaign 2019 january 8 bacterial immunity and infectious disease sciencedaily retrieved april 18 2019 from . The role of the immune system a collection of structures and processes within the body is to protect against disease or other potentially damaging foreign bodies when functioning properly . Immune deficiency diseases disorders in which the immune system is missing one or more of its parts autoimmune diseases diseases causing your immune system to attack your own bodys cells and tissues by mistake nih national institute of allergy and infectious diseases. Immunity infectious diseases professors in this cluster are working on research regarding all aspects of immunity and infectious diseases the immune system is responsible for protecting the body against infections however there is a growing awareness that immunity through inflammation also plays a role in development of chronic
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