Introduction

The immune system has evolved to respond to molecules that are 'non-self' (or foreign) and distinguish them from those that are part of 'self' (or host). The system mounts a destructive response against the former, while being tolerant towards the latter. A contemporary variation of this hypothesis introduces an additional constraint and proposes that the immune system responds only to antigen (most commonly infection) associated with pathology, or damage, while remaining silent in the absence of damage-associated non-specific signals.

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