Antigen Recognition- Innate Vs. Adaptive

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Antigen Recognition- Innate Vs. Adaptive
1 Innate
1.1 Pathogens are recognised by receptors encoded in the germline
1.1.1 Pattern Recognition Receptors
1.2 Receptors have broad specificity
1.2.1 Recognise Pathogen Associated Molecular Patterns
1.3 Immediate Response
1.4 No memory of prior exposure
2 Adaptive
2.1 Pathogen recognised by randomly generated receptors encoded after birth
2.1.1 T Cell/B Cell Receptors
2.2 Receptors have a very narrow specificity
2.2.1 Recognise specific antigens
2.3 Slow response (3-5 days)
2.4 Retains memory of prior exposure

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