During the initial exposure of the body to a specific antigen, the body would tend to provide a primary adaptive immune response only if the innate immunity is not sufficient to fight the antigen. The primary adaptive response can delay for several days before it fights against the antigen.
What is happening during the delay in a primary adaptive immune response?
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