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A complex network I: where it happens

In this video Andreas J. Bircher explains which organs are active in our immune system’s work.

The immune defence is an intricate network. Its many options and simultaneous processes are not easy to grasp.

One helpful approach to its complexity is to define the place of each component involved. Which organs are involved in the support of our immune defence? In this video the most important parts of the immune defence network are presented.

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