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The Society's MS Lesion Project is following clues that antibody-mediated immunity is at work in MS destruction in some people, while T cell-mediated immunity affects others.
The generals (helper T-cells) launch a two-sided strategy: First, in a process called antibody-mediated immunity, millions of antibodies stick to HIV particles and block them from attacking cells.
Increasingly, researchers believe that an effective AIDS vaccine will have to induce both antibody-mediated immunity and this cell-mediated immunity.
The half-life of antibody-mediated immunity against pertussis toxin is fairly short-lived, about 36 days.
The Th2 response during pregnancy results in vigorous antibody-mediated immunity to pathogens (2).
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