Exam_3_Review - June 8, 2011 (Chapters 18, 19, 7, 20 &...

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June 8, 2011 Exam 3 Review (BIO 307) Chapter 18 Immunological Disorders Know how type 1 hyposensitive response is triggered, which immunoglobin and what chemical mediators are involved. Also know how it is treated. Know how type 2 response is triggered and know the examples of autoimmune diseases discussed in class. Know about the hemolytic disease of the newborn, (Rhesus Factor) and it’s involvement in complication during pregnancy. Know how a type 3 response is triggered and examples of the diseases underlining type 3 response. (SLE, Rheumatoid Arthritis) Know how type 4 response is triggered and the chemicals involved. Examples of type 4 response. (Poison ivy and tuberculin) Know the difference between congenital deficiencies and acquired immunodeficiency. Chapter 19 Diagnostic Immunoogy Understand precipitation reaction (Hint: Understand Zone of Equivalence) Understand Gel precipitation and immunodiffusion test. Understand agglutination reaction and how is it done/performed to detect
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Exam_3_Review - June 8, 2011 (Chapters 18, 19, 7, 20 &...

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