Mucosa: Improve your immune system to reduce Allergic reactions


Mucosal Immunology involves the study of immune system response that occurs at the mucosal membrane covering the intestine, urogenital tract and the respiratory system. The mucosal immune system provides primary protection against external pathogens. It is tolerant to the internal non-harmful microbes. Mucosal immunity develops with age with the colonization of intestinal good flora.

Journal of Mucosal Immunology Research is an open access peer reviewed journal that deals with different aspects of mucosal innate immune system. This immunology journal publishes research findings on the mucosal membrane associated microbial flora, elucidation of the mucosal immune response as well as mucosal diseases, vaccines, mucosal immunization, mucosal inflammatory diseases, immune responses at mucosal associated lymphoid tissues, effects of dietary components and probiotics on the function of the mucosal immunity. Manuscripts leading to the development of clinical mucosal immunological drugs are welcome.

The oral mucosa is the mucous film coating within the mouth and comprises of stratified squamous epithelium named oral epithelium and a basic connective tissue named lamina propria. The oral depression has now and again been depicted as a mirror that mirrors the soundness of the person. Changes characteristic of illness are viewed as modifications in the oral mucosa covering the mouth, which can uncover fundamental conditions, for example, diabetes or vitamin insufficiency, or the nearby impacts of constant tobacco or liquor utilize. Journal of Mucosal Immunology Research uses the Editorial Tracking System for quality in review process.

Editorial Tracking is an online manuscript submission, review and tracking systems used by most of the best open access journals. Review processing is performed by the editorial board members of journal or outside experts; at least two independent reviewers approval followed by editor's approval is required for acceptance of any citable manuscript.

Mucosal aggravation commonly alludes to swelling or bothering of the bodily fluid layers. These are zones of the body which deliver bodily fluid with an end goal to sift through microscopic organisms, infections, and different intruders. This incorporates the nasal pits, mouth, throat, eyes, vagina, lungs, and digestion tracts. Aggravation may happen if microscopic organisms or infections cause a disease, if the range is disturbed by allergens or other remote bodies, or because of contagious contamination. Different side effects are frequently present alongside mucosal irritation.