Cell death and immune response
Cell death is a process by which a cell's vital capacity is terminated. During an immune response, cells of the immune system cause the death of cells that are infected with microorganisms or are otherwise abnormal and remove dead cell fragments from the body. Failure to remove dead cells can cause inflammatory disease.
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