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Innate Immune System
Explains the body's first line of defense against pathogens, such as the skin and body fluids.
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Introduction To How The Immune System Works
Discusses the various components of our immune system which are able to kill foreign substances. Emphasizes the mucous membranes, stomach, skin, phagocytes, and natural killer cells.
SCI.BIO.999.306 (Innate Immune System - Life Science)
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