Masp-2 Unknown Autoimmune Diseases (Eg. As Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Erythema multiforme)

recurrent purulent infections with encapsulated bacteria (eg. B. Streptococcus pneumoniae) Komplementdefekte on the alternative pathway factor B Autosomal recessive purulent infections factor D Autosomal purulent infections properdin X-linked Increased risk of fulminant Neisseria infection disorders of the regulatory protein e in the complement C1 inhibitor Autosomal dominant factor I angioedema Autosomal dominant As C3 deficiency factor H Autosomal dominant As C3 deficiency hemolytic uremic syndrome Decay accelerating factor Autosomal recessive paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria Complement receptor (CR) defects CR1 Acquired secondary finding in complex-mediated immune diseases (antigen-antibody) CR3 Autosomal recessive Leukocyte adhesion deficiency syndrome (Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa recurrent infections) C = complement (complement); MASP = mannose-binding lectin-associated serine protease; MBL = mannan-binding lectin. Geriatric basics immunodeficiencies also occur due to age. For example, the thymus tends older people to

less naive T cells to produce; so there are fewer T cells available

to respond to new antigens. The number of T cells is not reduced (due oligoclonality)

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