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 an extensive collection of recombinant proteins to aid in your innate immunity research.

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