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Immunology: Animal Models - Animal Models Of Immune Adaptation, Immunologic Aspects Of Aging, Age-associated Diseases, Conclusion

Observations in animal models have substantially advanced our knowledge of immune system adaptation, changes during the aging process, and age-associated degenerative diseases with autoimmune characteristics.

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over 6 years ago

Autoimmune diseases are disorders caused by an immune response directed against the body's own organs, tissues and cells.