Ch01.1-07Sept%28revised%29

Ch01.1-07Sept%28revised%29 - Course Schedule & Syllabus...

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Lectures : 4 hours a week: 2 h Mondays (lecture), 1 h Wednesdays (lecture), 1 h Fridays (lecture, exams, overviews, extra materials such as faculty research presentations on ISS topics). NOTE DIFFERENT ROOMS Mon vs . Wed/Fri. Exams (80%) : 7 exams; first one counts 25 points; others every two weeks, 50 points. Drop your lowest mark. Practice exams will be handed out before each exam. Clicker quizzes (5%) : Ad hoc simple questions covering the reading. After 2 exams at or above the class average; you will not have to take further clicker exams. Tutorials/Presentations (15%) : Students in all 3 tutorials will present the same papers (18 papers for all 3 tutorials). Write a 2 page ss, summary of the paper. Give an 11-min talk in your tutorial. Working in groups is encouraged (can share summary as group effort; share slides, practice with each other). During exams, a 2-point question on each paper. Absences : If you have missed an exam and want to provide a doctor’s note, use Health Care Provider Form (on our WebCT website); any other format will not be accepted. Plagiarism : You are responsible to know what it is and its consequences. Materials are in your syllabus. TA : Armstrong Murira : Office hour: Wednesdays 11am to 12 pm, Scott lab, SSB 7138; let him know in advance if you plan to visit him then (2-5656; ammurira@sfu.ca)
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Chapter 1 - Review of the Immune System MBB 426, HSCI 426-4: Immune System I Chapter 1; pp. 1-36 Lecture 1: Wednesday 7 September 2011 Lecture 2: Friday 9 September (old Exam-1 handout) Exam 1: Monday 12 September (first thing)
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Phases of the Immune Response Are Driven by Antigen Antigen can be infectious agent (virus, bacteria, parasite), autoantigen (self), allergen or a vaccine
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Primary Lymphoid Tissues : bone marrow (B cells) and thymus (T cells) Secondary Lymphoid Tissues: lymph nodes/tonsils, spleen, bone marrow Lymphatics join lymph nodes, and then connect to the subclavian via the thoracic duct
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Cells of the Immune System Arise in the Bone Marrow from Pluripotent Progenitors
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Cells of the myeloid lineage All of them have immune functions
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Ch01.1-07Sept%28revised%29 - Course Schedule & Syllabus...

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