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4/28/10 Today, we will: Where the cells of the Immune System come from, a process called hematopoiesis. The structure and function of the organs that are also part of the Immune System. Then, you will: Have a complete overview of the Immune System. You will know the basic components of the Immune System. Will be able to generate your own ‘big picture’ of the Immune System that you will flesh out as we progress through the course.
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4/28/10 Question for the Day: Why is a bone marrow transplant sometimes
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Unformatted text preview: used to treat immunodeficiencies or leukemias? 4/28/10 Cells of the Innate Immune Granulocytes 4/28/10 Cells Involved in Adaptive Immune B cell 4/28/10 Normal Blood 4/28/10 All of the cells of Immune System are generated in the bone marrow In adults. 4/28/10 4/28/10 Primary Lymphoid Organs: Bone marrow Thymus Secondary Lymphoid Organs: Lymph nodes Spleen MALT The lymph nodes are connected to the lymphatics. 4/28/10 4/28/10...
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