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MCB300 Spring 2008 Lecture 7 Intro to Infectious Diseases Extra slides Handout

MCB300 Spring 2008 Lecture 7 Intro to Infectious Diseases Extra slides Handout

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MCB300 March 3, 2008
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From last lecture Secretory component of sIgA Protects IgA from proteases Carbohydrate residue binds mucus component Organ transplant rejection CD8+ T cells Antibodies
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Infectious Disease Disease is a disturbance in normal structure
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Unformatted text preview: or functioning of the host resulting in symptoms, sickness or death • Infectious disease is a disease caused by an agent such as a microbe that can be transmitted between hosts either directly or indirectly 4...
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