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Neuronal Contribution
Neuronal Contribution

Sneezing and itching during the early response to allergen provocation involve the nervous system. Unilateral intranasal antigen challenge experiments.

Complement System
Complement System

The complement system is an important effector of both the innate and adaptive immune responses. It consists of more than 25 plasma and cell-surface proteins.

Immunoglobulins
Immunoglobulins

The antibodies (immunoglobulins) secreted by activated B cells are glycoproteins composed of polypeptide (82% to 96%) and carbohydrate (4% to 18%). Immunoglobulin.

Mucosal Immune System
Mucosal Immune System

Mucosal surfaces and skin encounter the environment and possess an immune system capable of responding to pathogens and foreign antigens. The mucosal immune.

Eosinophils
Eosinophils

Eosinophils are derived from colony-forming unit–eosinophil (CFU-Eo), a progenitor that differentiates into an eosinophilic myeloblast, promyelocyte,.

B Cells
B Cells

B-Cell DevelopmentB cells constitute approximately 10% of peripheral blood leukocytes. They develop in the bone marrow from hematopoietic stem cells but.

T-Cell Development
T-Cell Development

Lymphoid stem cells leave the bone marrow and reach the thymus gland via the bloodstream. At this stage of development, these cells lack surface antigens.

Costal Cartilage
Costal Cartilage

Costal cartilage may be autologous or homologous (irradiated cadaveric) and is frequently a preferred grafting material in revision rhinoplasty, when septal.

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