The Innate Immune System I. The Immune System: There are two basic arms of the immune system: A. Acquired Immunity 1. Also called cognate immunity because it is a learned response. We are exposed to the specific microbe and the acquired immune system will
Chapter 15 Overview of the Innate Defenses 1. First line defenses are barriers that separate and shield the interior of the body from the surrounding environment 2. Two groups of sensors: o Toll like receptors o NOD o Recognize families of compounds uniqu
Review the procedures for: -Selecting a single colony from a streak plate for further growth in a broth or plate -Bacteriophage titration -serial dilutions pipette 1.0 mL phage from stock tube = 10-1 dilution mL from 10-1 tube into the 10-2 tube mL from 1
Multiple Choice Answers: 1. A Gram negative bacterium a. Has no peptidoglycan in its cell wall. b. Has less LPS than a gram positive bacterium. c. Contains a layer of teichoic acid. d. All contain endotoxin. e. Is not effectively treated with ionizin
1. Which of the following is NOT true of an acute Measles infection? a. Immune system is responsible for producing rash. b. Suppresses the immune system. c. Virus infects entire body. d. Infectious virus can remain in droplets in d
Multiple Choice questions 1-35. 1. Which of the following complement proteins is responsible for opsonizing bacteria? a. C1/C4/C2 b. C3 c. MAC complex d. C3b e. C5b 2. Antigen presenting cells take up antigen and migrate a. Throu
1. The _present in on S. aureus helps the bacterium inhibit the immune
response and protect from phagocytosis.
2. Name three granulocytes:_, _, _.
3. A _ is an inanimate object that aids in direct transmission of infectious agents.