HOST-PATHOGEN INTERACTIONS

"In immunological studies, the relation between self (host) and non-self (pathogen) is an important event and plays a key role in pathways. The reaction between an antigen and antibody is chemical reaction, by which body protected from chemotoxins and molecules produced by antibodies. The reaction is predominant example for selective or specific reactivity and important in clinical laboratory methods. Immunome Research is devoted exclusively to the field of Immunology and would provide the most complete information on current developments in pathological studies. Particularly, in cell and molecular biological processes of host-pathogen interactions that are involved in immune regulation. OMICS Group Journals are known for their high impact factor journals and a section of OMICS Group journals are indexed in the world-renowned science database like Medline, PubMed Central, Obscure and Scopus. OMICS acquired as many as 40 reputed journals such as Oral Health and Dental Management and Molecular Genetic Medicine and others."
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Last date updated on June, 2014


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