segment_8 - Innate Immunity In this section you will: Learn...

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4/28/10 Innate Immunity In this section you will: Learn the physical and chemical barriers that prevent pathogen entry. Learn the initial responses that occur upon pathogen entry. Learn how the pathogen is recognized as being foreign and how this recognition stimulates new gene expression in the responding cell. Learn how the pathogen is killed by these initial responses. Be introduced to how these early responses lead to more specific responses by lymphocytes.
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4/28/10 Then you will: Know exactly what is happening when a cut or blister gets red, swollen and painful. Know whether you really want to take a pain reliever and what kind of pain reliever you want to take.
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4/28/10 Basic Strategy Recognition Recognizes common features of pathogens Differences between pathogens Differences between self and a foreign cell or substance Response Soluble defensive responses Cellular defensive responses
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Soluble Defensive Responses Lysozyme
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2010 for the course MMG 451 taught by Professor Brooks during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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