The Immune System: The Immune System (Remove)

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Immune System(Remove)

What does immune system means? The immune system is the one of necessity system in the body. It helps the body defend against every foreign body that causes disease for body. The immune system is getting stronger and stronger while it destroys disease. It takes experience from disease which it is destroyed. The immune system is defined as “the system that protects your body from diseases and infections” in Merriam-Webster dictionary. In other words, the immune system safeguards the body from illness and discovers every foreign organisms inside body. The history of the immune system come back from the last 19th ago. However, from that time scientist have a few information of it. Today, it gets development from
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Sometimes the immune system cannot destroy disease alone. It needs some stimulation to help it destroy foreign bodies. Therefore, some doctors give patients vaccines to simulate the immune system to defect against microbes. When the body gets this disease again, the body can defect about its self without any help. The immune system can recognize antigen or antibody secret from microbe through specific sequence of protein. The purpose of this paper is to elaborate information on the immune system in terms of innate immune system, diseases that infect the immune system, and factors that affect immune system. Today the human immune system is weaker than in the past. Because when people get colds they take antibiotics. The antibiotic weakens the immune system. In my view, doctors must not give patients antibiotics in simple cases. Doctors must give patients vitamins to stimulate his or her immune system to destroy …show more content…
The skin secrets sweat to remove toxic substances from inside the body. The second one is the eyes. The eyes secret tears to kill microbes. The third anatomical barrier is the gastrointestinal tract. The gastrointestinal tract secrets HCL to kill any microbes inside gastrointestinal tract. Finally, the last anatomical barrier is the nasopharynx. The nasopharynx secretes the enzyme lysozyme to kill any foreign body. There are many cells of innate immune response. Leukocytes are a name for white blood cells. Leukocytes are not the same as different cells of the body in that they are not firmly connected with a specific organ or tissue along these lines, they work like free, single-cell life forms. Leukocytes have the capacity to travel openly and interface with and catch cell garbage, remote particles, or attacking microorganisms. Dissimilar to numerous different cells in the body, a majority of innate immune leukocytes can 't partition or imitate all alone, yet are the results of multipotent hematopoietic undifferentiated organisms introduced in the bone marrow. Phagocyte" truly signifies 'eating cell '. These are immune cells that inundate, i.e. phagocytose, pathogens or particles. To immerse a molecule or pathogen, a phagocyte develops segments of its plasma membrane, wrapping the layer around the molecule

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