Trained Immunity: An Ancient Way of Remembering
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SourceCell Host & Microbe, 21, 3, (2017), pp. 297-300
Article / Letter to editor
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Cell Host & Microbe
SubjectRadboudumc 4: lnfectious Diseases and Global Health RIMLS: Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Sciences
The innate arm of the immune system has generally been regarded as primitive and non-specific and, in contrast to adaptive immunity, not to possess memory. Here we review the growing body of evidence that innate immunity has an important capacity to adapt, a de facto innate immune memory (also termed trained immunity), and this provides broad protection against infections.
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