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immunological memory process (GO:0090713)
Annotations: Rat: (11) Mouse: (10) Human: (14) Chinchilla: (10) Bonobo: (11) Dog: (11) Squirrel: (10) Pig: (10)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
immune response +     
activation of immune response +   
adaptive immune response +   
antigen processing and presentation +   
antigen sampling in mucosal-associated lymphoid tissue +   
B cell selection +   
cell activation involved in immune response +   
cytokine production involved in immune response +   
hemocyte differentiation +  
hemocyte proliferation +  
humoral immune response +   
immune effector process +   
immune response +   
immune response involved in response to exogenous dsRNA 
immune response to tumor cell +   
immune system development +   
immunological memory process +   
Any process of the immune system that can contribute to the formation of immunological memory or an immune response based upon activation of immunological memory.
inflammatory response to antigenic stimulus +   
innate immune response +   
leukocyte activation +   
leukocyte homeostasis +   
leukocyte migration +   
leukocyte migration involved in immune response +   
lymphocyte costimulation +   
myeloid cell homeostasis +   
negative regulation of immune response +   
negative regulation of immune system process +   
organ or tissue specific immune response +   
positive regulation of immune response +   
positive regulation of immune system process +   
production of molecular mediator of immune response +   
prostaglandin secretion involved in immune response +   
regulation of immune response +   
regulation of immune system process +   
somatic diversification of immune receptors +   
T cell selection +   
tolerance induction +   
type 2 immune response +   

Definition Sources: GOC:add, PMID:26086132, PMID:26831526

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