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Click to edit Master subtitle style Immune System Invasion! Counterattack! Warfare analogy useful
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Bacteria on A Pin Point They are everywhere!
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Types of Defense Surface barriers Nonspecific responses Immune Responses
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Types of Defense Surface barriers Nonspecific responses Immune Responses
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Surface Barriers Skin (peripheral defense) Many layers of dry, dead cells Indigestible cell contents Salt and sweat with some lysozyme Resident bacteria Mucous linings (border checks) Lysozymes Mucous Cilia Various washes (deportation systems) Lysozyme Low pH
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Types of Defense Surface barriers Nonspecific responses Immune Responses
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Nonspecific responses Inflammation (cordon off the area) Fast acting white blood cells (death squads) Neutrophils Basophils Eosinophils Macrophages – eat the invaders Complement proteins Cascade events paint foreign cells Punch holes in those cells Detox centers like lymph nodes
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Components of Blood
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Human Immune System
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Complement Proteins
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Bacterial cell membrane after lysis Perforins make perforations
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White blood cell leaving capillary
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Macrophage engulfing yeast cell
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Acute inflammation & Inflammation response to bacteria
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Types of Defense Surface barriers Nonspecific responses Immune Responses
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