12-Immunity1S10b

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This powerpoint file is the just the first of a two-part immunology series. In this part of the lecture, we will focus on innate immunity The second part of the immunology lectures will be available for you to download later this week. The second part of the lecture focuses on adaptive immunity and is not included in this file 1
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The Immune System Lecture 12/Chapter 51
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Infectious attack Must distinguish foreign attackers from native molecules Must communicate/coordinate between elements of immune system All passages are protected in multiple ways 3
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Locations of epithelium All potential routes of entry have an: Is an impenetrable barrier Epithelium is a truly nonspecific defense mechanism 4
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Epithelium Produce: Secrete: Secrete: Sweat glands on skin/ stomach acid Embedded within the epithelium are many important immune cells 5
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6 Innate and adaptive immunity Successful invasion past epithelial defenses meets other defense mechanisms:
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