Infection and Immunity

Infection is the entrance of a foreign organism onto a host body for the purpose of growth and proliferation. Infectious illnesses, transmissible diseases, and communicable diseases are all possible outcomes of infection. Infections can be induced by a variety of infectious agents and their toxins, which can produce a variety of immunological responses such as allergy and inflammation. Immune or allergic responses occur as a result of the host immune system's involvement in maintaining immunity in the body. Bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites, protozoans, and other infectious agents are examples. As the agents differ, so do the routes through which they enter the host body, as well as the illnesses, diagnoses, and therapies. An individual's immunity must be strong enough to battle such illnesses. Immunity is passed down to an individual from the mother through the placenta and later through breast milk.

  • Pathogenesis
  • Microbiology
  • Immunity and vaccines
  • Pathogens

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