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ID 26970
  Title Recognition of the innate phenomenon in the medical literature
Journal Chiropr Hist. 2021 Winter;41(2):45-52
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Article

The body's innate properties are not unique to chiropractic. Innate is a term also used in current and earlier medical literature. As an abstract concept, innate is put forward as the best avaliable explanation of a phenomenon for a range of biological activities which project certain inherited intelligence in humans and other organisms. This review seeks to explore the wider use of the term "innate" in the literature. The term has been extensively used in medicine, particularly in relation to the immune system. The example of sophistication of an innate immune response signifying a form of communication suggests a degree of intelligence at a cellular level.

Corresponding author: Peter L Rome:

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