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The Lymphatic system is a very complex system. The tissues and organs that produce, store, and carry white blood cells that fight infections and other diseases.
A nonspecific immune system: Both innate and adaptive immune system are very essential to survive an organism and also to sustain their life against foreign pathogens. Without these defense mechanic systems, an organism cannot lead a healthy Lifestyle.
The innate immune response is the non-specific immune response. This line of defense is able to respond to a wide range of pathogens because their mechanism of action is non-specific. One aspect of the non-specific or innate immune system is the complement protein system. These are proteins which are able to bind to different bacteria and facilitate their destruction. These proteins can facilitate a phagocytosis, act as neutralization agents and act as opsonin.
- Földi M and Földi E (eds) 2012, Földi’s Textbook of Lymphology (3rd edition), Urban and Fischer, Munchen.