Humoral Immunity

Definition of Humoral Immunity:

This refers to immunity to infection created by proteins termed antibodies, often referred to as "B" cells.

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...related topic
“...Th1 (T-cell Helper type 1) promote cell-mediated immunity (CMI) while Th2 (T-cell Helper type 2) induce humoral immunity (antibodies).”


...relationship to Immune System Imbalance (TH2 Dominance)
“In HIV progression to AIDS, there is a shift from Th1 (cellular immunity) to the less effective Th2 (humoral immunity).”
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Immune System Imbalance (TH2 Dominance)

...the condition
“...Th1 cells promote cell-mediated immunity while Th2 cells induce humoral immunity.  These two different methods exist by which the body fights infections...”

Valley Fever (Coccidioidomycosis)

...the condition
“...Following inhalation and maturation of the cocci, humoral immunity predictably begins with immunoglobulin M (IgM), then IgG...”
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