5c. Vaccines - 5. Human Host Defenses Against Parasitism:...

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    5. Human Host Defenses Against Parasitism: Industrial Strategies - Vaccines
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    2 Human Host Defenses Against Parasitism Industrial Strategies: Vaccines Acquisition of Acquired Immunity 4 major mechanisms Naturally acquired active immunity Artificially acquired active immunity Naturally acquired passive immunity Artificially acquired passive immunity Toxoid or vaccine Placental Barrier Maternal Circulation Fetal Circulation IgG Inject antigen into horse Remove blood and prepare serum
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    3 Human Host Defenses Against Parasitism Naturally Acquired Active Immunity Naturally Acquired Active Immunity active immunity : derived from an exposure to Ag and activation of B and T lymphocytes naturally acquired : develops following infection - either clinical or subclinical disease memory cells : responsible for Ab and cytokine production and CTL activity in naturally acquired active immunity remain active for years become activated immediately upon reinfection termed secondary or memory or anamnestic response
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    4 Artificially Acquired Active Immunity Vaccines Artificially Acquired Active Immunity artificially acquired : develops after intentional exposure to Ag (either a vaccine or toxoid) vaccine technology has evolved from early approaches variolation and Jenner’s cowpox
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course MBI 111 taught by Professor Clark during the Spring '07 term at Miami University.

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