Microbial interactions with the immune system

Microbial interactions with the immune system refer to the ways in which microorganisms interact with the body's immune system. This can include both harmful interactions that lead to infection and disease, as well as beneficial interactions that contribute to overall health and well-being. Understanding the mechanisms of microbial-immune interactions is crucial for the development of new treatments and vaccines for infectious diseases. In this session, experts will discuss the latest research on microbial-immune interactions, including the role of the immune system in controlling infections, the strategies used by microorganisms to evade the immune system, and the development of new immunotherapies for infectious diseases.

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