Pattern recognition receptors


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Concept Info

NAME

Pattern recognition receptors

DESCRIPTION

Pattern recognition receptors (PRRs) are expressed by cells in the body in order to sense molecules that are associated with infection or tissue damage. They are important for activating the immune system.

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