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Guardians of the Inner Barrier: Mucosal Immune Cells

Swarnaraaj B

The mucosal immune system plays a vital role in protecting our bodies from a myriad of pathogens and foreign invaders that constantly threaten our inner barriers. This abstract explores the intricate world of mucosal immune cells, the unsung heroes safeguarding our mucous membranes. Mucosal immune cells, including mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue (MALT), goblet cells, and various immune cell populations, collaborate harmoniously to maintain immune homeostasis while warding off potential threats. This dynamic ecosystem acts as a first line of defense in the respiratory, gastrointestinal, and genitourinary tracts. Understanding the multifaceted functions of these specialized immune cells not only offers insights into immune responses but also holds promise for innovative therapeutic approaches in diseases linked to mucosal immunity. This abstract sheds light on the remarkable roles of mucosal immune cells and their significance in safeguarding our inner barriers, emphasizing the importance of ongoing research in this field for improving human health.