2011_Micro301_lecture17 - C. T-independent activation of B...

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Kendall Gray Microbiology 301 kmg@uw.edu Mon., Nov. 7, 2011 Immunology III: Cell-Mediated Immunity I. Antigen presentation and recognition in T cell-mediated immunity A. Major histocompatibility complex (MHC) and cluster of differentiation (CD) proteins B. T cell receptors (Fig. 16.15) C. Antigen recognition by T cells (Fig. 16.17) 1. Cytotoxic (T C ) cells (CD8 recognizing MHC I) 2. Helper (T H ) cells (CD4 recognizing MHC II)
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II. Revisiting the antibody response (Fig. 16.9) A. Detection, processing, and presentation of antigen by B cells B. T H cell recognition and B cell activation
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Unformatted text preview: C. T-independent activation of B lymphocytes (Fig. 16.14) III. Cell-mediated immunity to exogenous antigen (Fig. 16.20) A. Detection, processing, and presentation of antigen by macrophages B. T H cell recognition and macrophage activation IV. Cell-mediated immunity to endogenous antigen (Fig. 16.19) A. Presentation of endogenous antigen via proteasomes and MHC I B. T C cell recognition and apoptosis of the presenting cell V. T cell activation (Fig. 16.18) A. Dendritic cells and antigen presentation B. Toll-like receptors and co-stimulatory molecules...
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