Innate Immunity

Innate immunity is the body's non-specific immune response to stop pathogens. The innate immune system achieves this goal in a variety of methods such as by identifying foreign substances, acting as a chemical/physical barrier, recruiting immune cells, and activating the adaptive immune system. By having a better understanding of the innate immune system we will have a better understanding of how the body fights disease and the techniques that pathogens will use to get past this system. ProSci offers a wide variety of antibodies to aid in the research of the innate immunity system so that we may better understand how to maintain public health. 

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