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Mucosal Immunity

Mucosal Immunity and HIV



Some parts of the body, including the mouth, nose, eyes, urethra, vagina and rectum are lined with thin layers of tissue that secrete a protective liquid. These tissues are mucous membranes (“mucosa”) and they prevent germs from infecting the body from outside. The protective effect of mucous membranes is called “mucosal immunity.”

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