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Evasion of Host Immune Defenses by Human Response Viruses

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DOI: 10.23977/ICETMR2022.017


Zhou Yuting

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Zhou Yuting


Infectious diseases caused by respiratory viruses are one of the important threats to human health, especially respiratory viruses such as H1N1, SARS-CoV, or SARS-CoV-2, which cause global pandemics and bring great challenges to global public health security. In addition to its high rate of infection, mutation, and worsening, respiratory viruses are difficult to prevent and multiple with seasonality, which brings great hinder to the effective prevention and treatment of viruses. Therefore, this paper discusses respiratory viruses in detail, especially the interaction mechanism among influenza virus that is easy to cause a pandemic, current novel coronavirus pandemics, and the immune system. Meanwhile, this paper analyzes the multiple ways and essence of virus evasion from the host immune system, putting forward new ideas for the prevention and control of respiratory viruses from a more novel perspective.


Responsive viruses, Host, Immune defense

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