Lecture 1-Intro

Lecture 1-Intro - Cell Wall and Surface Structures of...

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Biology 114 Wi 2011 Immunology Sarkis Mazmanian Pamela Bjorkman Ellen Rothenberg Yue Shen Abigail Green
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Class Participation: 10% of grade Problem sets: 30% of grade (10% per problem set) 1 midterm exam: 20% of grade Final exam: 40% of grade Problem Sets handed out: January 20, 2011 February 10, 2011 March 3, 2011 Midterm Exam: Handed out February 1, 2011; Due February 8, 2011 at 5:00pm Final Exam: Handed out March 9, 2010; Due March 17, 2010 at 5:00pm
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The Mammalian Immune System
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Pathogens Must Evade Many Layers of the Immune System to Cause Infections
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Physical Barriers to Infection Skin, cilia and peristalsis either prevent pathogen entry or remove pathogens prior to crossing epithelial barriers
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Physical Barriers to Infection SKIN
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Physical Barriers to Infection CILIA
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Physical Barriers to Infection PERISTALSIS/EPITHELIAL CELL EXFOLIATION
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Physical Barriers to Infection TIGHT JUNCTIONS
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