Immune Responses in COPD

In chronic pulmonary disease immune dysfunction occurs. Chronic inflammation contributes to lung damage, consists of innate and adaptive immune responses. extensive immune dysfunction due to the presence and functional activity of T regulatory cells, CD4+ exhausted effector T cells and myeloid-derived suppressor cells. Manipulation of these immunosuppressive networks in COPD could provide a rational strategy to restore functional immune responses, reduce exacerbations, and improve lung function. It facilitates the episodes of respiratory tract infections further proceeds to the pathological appearances of the disease. Inflammation is accompanied by the initiation of defective immune responses that subsidize to worsening the inflammatory lung and disease severity. Advanced approaches to adapt immune responses could be useful in preventing the adverse consequences of most of the inflammatory reactions in the lungs.

 

  • Influenza
  • Sarcoidosis
  • Albinism
  • Sporadic pulmonary disorders

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