It has been recently revealed in a report that there might be improvement seen in the vaccines provided for safeguarding people from diseases. This has been said after the recent development of the immune cell discovery.
The immune system is like a cover and protection for the body, which safeguards it from the harm outside. There is need for one to ensure that the immune system is strong and active, because when it tends to weaken and break down, it means the body is then in front of a number of diseases and infections unprotected.
It was revealed by Dr. Katja Lüthje and Associate Professor David Tarlinton that the discovery of the immune cell shall definitely prove to be helpful in finding newer was to make the immune system of a person stronger. It would mean further development in the quality of medicines used for safeguarding one's immunity.
"It is well established that antibody-producing B cells can remember a particular infectious agent and rapidly respond if and when they come across it again. Our study shows, for the first time, that T follicular helper cells also develop memory to rapidly respond to infection", said Dr Stephen Nutt from the institute's Molecular Immunology division.
Discovering the TFH cells, is a new way of helping the immune system to give better response to the protection of the body, and this might give rise to a number of novel modes of safeguarding the immune system and keeping it safe from the attack of a number of diseases.
It remains to be seen how far this new mode of treatment goes and what sort of impact it seems to have on the immune system of the person.
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