International Research Journals

Andriole Katherine

Brigham and Womens Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Department of Radiology, Boston, Massachusetts, United States


  • Review Article   
    Role of Haematology and Immunology in COVID 19
    Author(s): Andriole Katherine*

    From an evolutionary point of view, the primary function of the immune system was to safeguard the host from pathogens. The immune system's discriminatory functions have been shaped by selective pressures, which constantly balance the killing of pathogens with protecting host tissues. The immune system plays a crucial role in antitumor immunity as well as protecting against microbial pathogens. A wide range of hematologic disorders are characterized by immune dysfunction, which can be under- or overactive. In this section, we go over the fundamental aspects of the immune system as well as the key ideas that are necessary for comprehending how immune dysfunction affects hematologic disorders. Medical and scientific efforts to comprehend the biological basis of COVID-19 pathophysiological mechanisms have been prompted by the ongoing pandemic of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), .. View More»
    DOI: 10.14303/2141-9477.2023.19

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