Viral Immunology

The study of immunological responses to viruses is called viral immunology. Viral infections are extremely immunogenic and trigger both cellular and humoral immune reactions. By adjustments and physiological changes, T and B cells develop their repertoire of distinct characteristics. T and B cells typically do not recognise a gift of comparable epitopes on a related virus. While T cells frequently see the conductor in a denaturized state together with MHC molecules, B cells frequently see free, unreduced proteins in their original three-dimensional shape. Depending on each individual's genetic makeup, different people may respond differently to the same virus.

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