Molecular Insights into Unconventional Immune Recognition: A Case of Commensal Superantigens, Polyreactive Antibodies and Butyrophilin Signaling

Marta Teresa Borowska
Our body responds to self and foreign agents through a myriad collection of effector cells and molecules that together form the immune system. The innate response is broad and occurs rapidly, whereas the adaptive response is slower, and it relies on highly specialized immune recognition of specific pathogens. Adaptive immune cells, like T cell and B cell lymphocytes possess a vast repertoire of antigen receptors called T cell receptors (TCR) and B cell receptors (BCR),...
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