Hypersensitivity refers to an immune response that is disproportionate or exaggerated relative to the triggering factor. Autoimmunity describes the mistaken reaction of the immune system toward the body’s own tissues. It’s important to note that the processes in these reactions are normal in themselves, but the target of the response is too minuscule or mistaken.
In this course, the student will be introduced to hypersensitivity and its types, autoimmunity, and the most notable disorders.
For optimal comprehension, the student must have a preliminary understanding of molecular and cellular biology, emphasizing gene expression, protein synthesis, signal molecules, and cellular receptors. A good grasp of normal immunity is also a must.
Perfectly explained. Very easy to follow up and very interesting
Detailed the disease's pathophysiology in a precise format that was easily understood.
I needed a short, sweet, simple explanation of immune tolerance, and that is exactly what this is. Thank you!
Interesting course about the hippersensibility and different things for learning