Lecture 04 - 011311

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1 - At WebCT and Softreserves (same materials): copies of old exams and practice questions. Lecture Professor Julian Schroeder
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2 I. Inflammatory Response II. Antibody Production III. Cell-Mediated Immunity I. INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE Figure 43.6 I. INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE WHAT CELLS ARE ATTRACTED? Macrophages & Neutrophils: Phagocytic cells that engulf and degrade bacteria and dead cells; Macrophages preferentially engulf antibody-coated cells. Antibodies: Proteins that specifically bind foreign antigens (proteins or polysaccharides); present in body fluids (blood, lymph, tears, saliva, sweat, milk can cross the placenta)
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3 I. INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE Figure 43.19 I. INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE COMPLEMENT CASCADE 1) Inactive circulating complement proteins activated by adjacent antibodies 2) Inflammatory response stimulated 3) Cell gets coated for macrophages engulfment 4) Pore formed in the cell
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4 SPECIFIC IMMUNE RESPONSE Mediated by lymphocytes (B-cells & T-cells) Humoral Immunity: Antibody response; B-cells
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2011 for the course BILD 2 taught by Professor Schroeder during the Winter '08 term at UCSD.

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