Navigating the Future towards Better Quality Living
Immunology is a diverse discipline that can be defined as the study of the mechanisms of host defences involving tissues, cells and molecules. The immune system is a host protection system that includes several biological structures and processes in a disease-protecting organism.
The current world of immunological research has expanded in the current environment of highly interdisciplinary and collaborative science. From a host defence mechanism to a fundamental homeostatic system with organism-wide physiological and clinical significance and potentially transformative biotechnological and therapeutic applications, our perspective of the immune system has gradually developed.
The tumour microenvironment is a major aspect of cancer biology, leading to tumor initiation, tumour growth and therapy responses. The success of cancer immunotherapy in recent years, including monoclonal antibodies (mAbs), cancer vaccinations, adoptive cancer therapy and immune regulation point therapy, has revolutionized conventional cancer treatment. New plan of actions for blocking immune control point regulators, overcoming immune resistance such as engineered T-cell therapy or identifying novel tumor antigens through next-generation sequencing have now opened a new age of immunotherapy for cancer.
Autoimmune Diseases and HIV
HIV is caused by human immunodeficiency virus infection. HIV weakens the immune system and impedes the ability of the body to combat disease as they destroy T cells, macrophages and dendritic cells. There is no treatment for HIV at the moment, but there are many clinical studies devoted to a cure. Developing an HIV vaccine would save millions of lives.
Immune System and Immunology
Immune system plays an important role during transplantation, which is a process of moving cells, tissues and organs from one location to another to replace or repair damaged or ill organs and tissues.
Immunogenetics is the medical genetics science which explores the interaction between the immune system and genetics. This involves researching normal immunological processes and discovering genetic variations that lead to immune deficiencies, which can lead to the discovery of new immune disease therapeutic targets.
Public health’s goal is to prevent illness. Preventing an infection is much easier and much more cost-effective than treating it. Immunization is a means of providing effective defence against many dangerous and harmful pathogens by stimulating the immune system of an organism. The development of vaccines against more complex infections such as tuberculosis, malaria and aids has been challenging and has been modest to date.
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Journal of Autoimmune Disorders