Immunity to SARS-COV-2 Virus Infections
This monograph was arranged in a logical, step-by-step manner to simulate the events leading to human virus infection immunity. It begins with the definition of infection, infection cycle, and post-recovery infection entities such as co-infection, re-infection, stealth infection, and reactivation infection, among others. Immunity and the length of time it lasts during infection and recovery, as well as herd immunity. Then it does immunological simulations on humans and animals. Serious Sars-cov-2 infection has the potential to cause immunological response symptoms such as; Immunological thrombi creation, hypercytokinemia, unrestrained complement activation, autoimmune B cell phenocopy, and an invariant mucosal T cell viral sensor are all examples of immune thrombi production. Chronicity’s immunological issues were discussed. Finally, vaccine immune augmentation and vaccination race were explored.
Ibrahim Mohamed Saeed Shnawa
Department of Biotechnology College of Biotechnology University of Qasim, Qasim, Babylon, Iraq and Hilla University College, Rarengia, Babylon, Iraq.
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