experimental

Entry: Adaptive immunity

URI: http://registry.it.csiro.au/def/keyword/nature/subjects/adaptive-immunity

Adaptive immunity is the protection of a host organism from a pathogen or toxin. It is mediated by B cells and T cells, and is characterized by immunological memory. Adaptive immunity is highly specific to a given antigen and is highly adaptable.

Core metadata

is a Subject | Concept
submitted bySimon Cox

All registration metadata

date submitted 10 Aug 2015 10:20:22.830
definition
entity Adaptive immunity
source graph graph

description Adaptive immunity is the protection of a host organism from a pathogen or toxin. It is mediated by B cells and T cells, and is characterized by immunological memory. Adaptive immunity is highly specific to a given antigen and is highly adaptable.
item class Concept | Subject
label Adaptive immunity
notation adaptive-immunity
register subjects
status status experimental
submitter
account name simon.cox@csiro.au
name Simon Cox

type register item
version info 1

Download formats available

RDF ttlplainwith metadata
RDF/XMLplainwith metadata
JSON-LDplainwith metadata
CSVplainwith metadata
Export allexport
Pane is loading ...
Select tab to expand

Definition

broader Immunopathogenesis | Immunology
close match D056704 | adaptive immunity | mesh:D056704
description Adaptive immunity is the protection of a host organism from a pathogen or toxin. It is mediated by B cells and T cells, and is characterized by immunological memory. Adaptive immunity is highly specific to a given antigen and is highly adaptable.
has root Health sciences | Biological sciences
id adaptive-immunity
in scheme NATURE Subjects Ontology
is defined by http://ns.nature.com/subjects/
is leaf false
is root false
label Adaptive immunity
narrower Somatic hypermutation | Cellular immunity | VDJ recombination | Immune tolerance | Clonal selection | Class switch recombination | Humoral immunity
see also adaptive immunity
tree depth 2 | 3
type Subject | Concept
webpage adaptive immunity