Innate Immunity

Cells of the Immune System

Cells of the Immune System

Immune system consists of many different cells, some of which acts as a part of innate immunity while lymphocytes are major players.

Phagocytosis: Mechanism and Steps

Phagocytosis: Mechanism and Steps

Phagocytosis is a process in which specialized cells engulf and digest extracellular pathogens. It is an important innate defense mechanism.

Innate Immunity vs. Acquired Immunity

Innate Immunity vs. Acquired Immunity

Innate Immunity is present right from the birth but acquired or adaptive immunity is acquired during the course of life.

Complement Pathways: Types, Functions, Regulation

Complement Pathways: Types, Functions, Regulation

Complement system is a part of the innate immune system