Q4. What are the Factors that Cause Immune Evasion in the case of Innate Immunity? How is it Different from Adaptive Immunity?
Ans: Innate immunity mostly occurs as a result of pathogenic virulence factor because it is non-specific and neither does it consist of memory cells to keep the memory of the infection. However, in case of adaptive immunity, it is triggered by the mutation of the recognized antigen since it is specific and also keep the memory of the infection and the antigens.