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During the last fifty years cells and mediators fascinated by our immune defences were painstakingly pointed out. despite the fact that, it's only particularly lately that the power of microorganisms to avoid immunity has been well-known and investigated. This quantity introduces the mechanisms utilized by micro organism to avoid either humoral and mobile immune responses, utilizing structures ranging in complexity from the easy quorum sensing molecules (acyl homoserine lactones) to the supramolecular syringe-like units of kind III secretion structures.
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