|MadSci Network: Immunology|
Because if this was possible, would the immune response be faster to the pathogen? I know of the opsonisation process that performs this task, but in the case of AIDS, is it not possible to float marker substances in high risk patients so that an AIDS particle is detected, faster by the white cells, although it is the T4 helper cells that are infected, increasing the difficulty in identifying the viral particle as foreign? Please help if you can this has been bugging me for ages!?!
Re: Is there not a method of illuminating viral pathogens?
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