circumstances of protected unresponsiveness. Induced when the T mobile's antigen receptor is activated, effortlessly freezing T cellular responses pending a "second sign" from antigen-presenting cell. The distribution of this 2nd sign by the antigen-presenting mobile rescues the activated T cell from anergy, and can create the lymphokines required for the development of extra T cells.
decrease or lack of an immune a reaction to a specific antigen
- inactivity and not enough energy
The hypothesis interpreting sensations with regards to the infinite stages of unfavorable energy, that will be movement significantly less than zero. (Montague.) -- H.H.