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Low pH is common in which line of defense?

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Old 07-01-2009, 12:17 AM
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Default Low pH is common in which line of defense?



Is it first, second or third line of defense?
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Default Re: Low pH is common in which line of defense?

Supossing your refering to the immune system, low pH is a common defense mechanism of epitelial barriers. For more info I suggest you read the first chapter of Kuby Immunology
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