Allorecognition is the ability of an individual organism to distinguish its own
tissues from those of another. It manifests itself in the recognition of antigens
expressed on the surface of cells of...
Our immune system uses pattern recognition to identify foreignness. Pattern
recognition takes advantage of the long evolutionary distance that separates ...
Self/Nonself—Immune Recognition and Signaling. A new journal tackles a
problem at the center of immunological science. William E Paul <sup>corresponding</sup>
Annu Rev Immunol. 2004;22:33-54. Self- and nonself-recognition by C-type
lectins on dendritic cells. Geijtenbeek TB(1), van Vliet SJ, Engering A, 't Hart BA,
Jan 28, 2010 ... Differential complementarity of this type may underlie many types of self/non-self
recognition — a key function in all immune systems.
Immunological self–nonself discrimination capacity is acquired during ... It rests
on specific antigen recognition by B‐ and T cells, but, the innate immune defence
Self recognition immunity is when something goes into the body and it has been
there before. The body automatically puts a marker specific to only that ...
Abstract. There are two ways that a historecognition system could distinguish self
from nonself: by detecting the presence or absence of attributes that define self, ...
How do you discriminate yourself from other people? This question must sound ...
Self-nonself Recognition through B-Cell Antigen Receptor. Kitamura, Daisuke.
1 : recognition of one's own self. 2 : the process by which the immune system of
an organism distinguishes between the body's own chemicals, cells, and tissues