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    Immunodeficiencies and Type III Immunopathology

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    Discuss how various immunodeficiencies would affect the ability to have a Type III immunopathology. For example, if someone was missing complement factor 1 (C1), would she be more likely to be adversely affected by immune complexes? What if she were missing C6 (complement factor 6)? Or someone who lacked TH-1 T cells or someone who lacked TH-2. You can make up your own example of an immunodeficiency (it doesn't have to be a clinically known one) and comment on it.

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