GlossaryAntibody: A protein complex used by the immune system to identify and neutralize foreign objects like bacteria and viruses. Each antibody recognizes an antigen specific to its target.
Antigen: Any substance able to provoke an immune response in the body.
T-cells: The T-cells develop in the thymus and function in the immune system to recognize and target virus-infected cells or to stimulate other cells of the immune system (macrophages, B-cells).
Cytokines: Cytokines are chemical molecules that activate and regulate the immune system.
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