Describes how some pathogens evade the immune system by avoiding it as much as possible in areas of the host not subject to strong immunological screening. Includes an example.
In order for a pathogen to be the subject of an immune response, the immune system must have access to it. There are areas within the body that are less susceptible to immunological attack, and several pathogens have developed a life cycle ...
Describes how some pathogens avoid the immune system by hiding in safe zones