An inappropriate immune response, directed against the body's own tissues.
A response caused by the immune system mistakenly attacking the body's own tissues.
An immune response by the body against its own tissues or cells
Reaction of the body against one or some of its own tissues that are perceived as foreign substances, resulting in production of antibodies against that tissue.
The response of the immune system to normal tissues, cells, or molecules within the body.
a condition (e.g., rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus) in which an individual's immune system fails to recognize its own biochemical markers as being "self" and attacks bodily tissues as if they were foreign matter.
The body produces a response against itself.
Immune system recognizes the host tissue as a foreign intruder and attacks it.