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  • 14 Pages HSC4504_Syllabus_S13 (1)
    HSC4504_Syllabus_S13 (1)

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    Course: Foundations Of Ph Immunology

    College of Public Health University of South Florida Department of G lobal Health S yllabus Online Course Name: Foundations of Public Health Immunology Prefix & Number: HSC 4504 Sections: 310 Semester: Spring 2013 Course Description: Credit hours: This co

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    IMG_0840

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  • 33 Pages Final Exam_ HSC4504.311U14 Foundations of PH Immunology
    Final Exam_ HSC4504.311U14 Foundations Of PH Immunology

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    Course: Foundations Of Ph Immunology

    You need to have JavaScript enabled in order to access this site. Skip To Content My Dashboard Rosie Inbox 10 Settings 1029588 user_1029588 Rosalin Carranza Logout Help Courses & Groups My Courses View All or Customize (9) CHM4060.002F14 Use of Chemica

  • 2 Pages complement cascade activity
    Complement Cascade Activity

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    Course: Foundations Of Ph Immunology

    Complement Cascade Activity Directions: Use the textbook and the internet resources to fill in the lettered spaces (labeled A-U) with the correct name or piece of the complement cascade. Finally, enter your answers in the Complement Activity Quiz on Black

  • 9 Pages Freezing_Point_Depression_Summer_14
    Freezing_Point_Depression_Summer_14

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    Course: Foundations Of Ph Immunology

    Freezing Point Depression State College of Florida Manatee-Sarasota Introduction Solutions that contain nonvolatile solutes have a higher boiling point and a lower freezing Pressure, atm point than the initial pu

  • 4 Pages Contact Info Quiz
    Contact Info Quiz

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    Question 1 Needs Grading My name is _ Answer Selected Answer: Correct Answer: Response Feedback: Question 2 Needs Grading Please list at least one email account that you check frequently. Note: all emails from the instructor will be sent to your officia

  • 24 Pages IMMUNOLOGY FINAL
    IMMUNOLOGY FINAL

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    Course: Foundations Of Ph Immunology

    IMMUNOLOGY FINAL Question 1 0.6 / 0.6 pts <p>Which of the following correctly describe innate immunity?</p> Which of the following correctly describe innate immunity? Adapts with repeated exposure to an antigen Correct! Is always present in healthy indivi

  • 13 Pages Pre-Test Quiz
    Pre-Test Quiz

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    Question 1 0 out of 0 points My class standing is a _ at USF. Answer Selected Answer: Correct Answer: Response Feedback: There is no "right" or "wrong" answer to this question. freshman, needed) during the semester and submit mid-term grades, as the cour

  • 183 Pages Activity Quizzes
    Activity Quizzes

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    1 ACTIVITY1QUIZ Question1 0.17outof0.17points 7Down:Inappropriaterecognitionofselfantigens Answer SelectedAnswer: Autoimmunity Question2 0.17outof0.17points 2Down:Cellsthateliminatemicrobes Answer SelectedAnswer: Effector Question3 0.17outof0.17points 5Do

  • 6 Pages All 3 Quizzes BLOCK 1
    All 3 Quizzes BLOCK 1

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    Course: Foundations Of Ph Immunology

    Week 1 Quiz Due May 17 at 11:55pm Points 5 Questions 20 Available May 11 at 12am - May 17 at 11:55pm 7 days Time Limit None Instructions Please read the Things to Know before Taking a Quiz/Exam in Canvas (http:/eta.health.usf.edu/technology/canvas/Taking_

  • 408 Pages Block Quizzes
    Block Quizzes

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    BLOCK1QUIZ Question1 0.25 out of 0.25 points Lymphnodesare: Answer Selected Answer: clustersofnodesatstrategicpointsthatfilterlymph Question2 0 out of 0.25 points Tlymphocytes: Answer Selected Answer: matureinthebonemarrow. Question3 0.25 out of 0.25 poin

  • 97 Pages HSC4504.doc exam and quixes, immunology
    HSC4504.doc Exam And Quixes, Immunology

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    HSC4504.ALLS07: FOUNDATIONS OF PH IMMUNOLOGY (HSC4504.ALLS07) > TOOLS > MY GRADES > VIEW ATTEMPTS > REVIEW ASSESSMENT: ACTIVITY QUIZ #1 Review Assessment: Activity Quiz #1 User Samuel Conserve Submitted 1/24/07 7:12 PM Name Activity Quiz #1 Status Complet

  • 143 Pages Final Exam
    Final Exam

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    FINAL EXAM Question 0 out of 0.4 points 1 Match the gene/protein mutations to the appropriate diseases (phenotypes). Question Correct Match CD18 C. LAD I Selected Match C. LAD I NADPH oxidase F. Chronic granulomatous disease F. Chronic granulomatous disea

  • 11 Pages block 2 flash card
    Block 2 Flash Card

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    WEEK 4 Flash Cards: Affinity- strength of a single antibody-antigen bond Allotype allelic differences between people Antibody- glycoprotein molecule produced by mature B lymphocytes that binds antigens with high affinity & specificity Antibody - This term

  • 6 Pages Lecture 2
    Lecture 2

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    Anatomy Lymphatic System Network of vessels, tissues, organs, and cells Lymphatic system carries lymph in only one direction to the heart Lymph carries products of immune responses, as well as cellular waste byproducts Public Health Immunology Anatomy & P

  • 124 Pages JD PH IMM activities and exams
    JD PH IMM Activities And Exams

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    Name Activity Quiz #1 Status Completed Score 4 out of 5 points Instruction s Please fill in the correct answer to each clue for Activity #1: Principles Crossword Puzzle. Remember to spell the words correctly, as Blackboard does not grade misspelled words.

  • 15 Pages Flashcard Blocks
    Flashcard Blocks

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    BLOCK FLASHCARDS _doseantigeninducesbetteraffinitymaturationthan_doseantigen. Low,high Largestsizedantibody IgM Unscramble the Word: DIYPEIOT Clue: Refers to an antibody's specificity for antigen IDIOTYPE UnscrambletheWord:UCLBASSS Clue:Dependsonthestimu

  • 10 Pages week 4 quiz
    Week 4 Quiz

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    IncorrectQuestion 1 0 / 0.25 pts This type of diversity is nearly unlimited, produced by 3 types of sequence changes, and maximizes variability in Fab region of antibodies. This type of diversity is nearly unlimited, produced by 3 types of sequence change

  • 1 Page FamilyTreeTemplate 2003 (1)
    FamilyTreeTemplate 2003 (1)

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    Great grandmothers name Yearofdeath, ageatdeath Diseases/cause ofdeath Occupation Great grandfathers name Yearofdeath, ageatdeath Diseases/cause ofdeath Occupation Grandmothersname Yearofdeath,ageatdeath Diseases/cause of death Occupation Great grandmothe

  • 1 Page FamilyTreeDiagramExamplePDF (1)
    FamilyTreeDiagramExamplePDF (1)

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    Margaret Langer 1972, 78 Depression, Heart disease, High cholesterol, Atherosclerosis COD: Unknown Maid then homemaker Roger Weiss Yvonne Hernandez Early 1970s, 80 Unknown, 70 Manuel Molina Malnutrition, Diabetes 1960, 80 Tuberculosis, Smoker Unknown dise

  • Pages 3_cells of the immune system_full
    3_cells Of The Immune System_full

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    Public Health Immunology Cells of the Immune System 1 Objectives Cells of the Immune System Identify the 4 cell lineages Recognize cells from each type based on morphology, location, & function Identify function of each cell type Identify innate vs. adapt

  • 1 Page F.P._-_PreLab_Questions
    F.P._-_PreLab_Questions

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    Pre-Lab Questions 1. Why is it important to keep stirring the solution while performing a freezing point determination? 2. Explain why there is a constant temperature plateau in the cooling curve in Figure 2A but not in Figure 2B. 3. A mixture of 2.05 g o

  • 1 Page F.P._-_PostLab_Questions
    F.P._-_PostLab_Questions

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    Post-Lab Questions 1. Calculate the molar mass of an unknown if a solution containing 3.56 g of unknown in 56.2 g of water froze at 1.60C 2. Pure substance A freezes at 72.0C. A solution of 2.57 g of B (B molar mass = 132.6 g/mol) and 34.28 g of A froze a

  • 6 Pages C-Sections
    C-Sections

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    Labor, Interrupted Cesareans, cascading interventions, and finding a balance of sensible care by Nell Lake I n May 2003 came the joyous birth of Prairie Cummings Resch, first child of Zoe Cummings Resch 92. All had gone according to plan: Resch lay down o

  • 7 Pages Kinetics Calculations 2nd ed
    Kinetics Calculations 2nd Ed

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    Kinetics Calculations Lab Manatee Community College Pre-Lab 1. Express the rates of the products and the reactants in terms of changes in concentration with time for the following reaction H2(g) + 2 ICl(g) I2(g) + 2 HCl(g) 2. Name four factors that may af

  • 13 Pages Ka_Weak_Acid_Summer_14
    Ka_Weak_Acid_Summer_14

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    Determining the Ka of a Weak Acid by pH Measurements State College of Florida Manatee-Sarasota Introduction The Bronsted-Lowry definition of an acid is a substance that donates a hydrogen ion to a Bronsted-Lowry base, which is a hydrogen ion acceptor. A t

  • 8 Pages Fly_lab_spring_2014 (1)
    Fly_lab_spring_2014 (1)

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    Course: Foundations Of Ph Immunology

    PhenotypeandGenotype:PhysicalFeaturesandDNA Introduction Everyorganismexhibitstraitsorphysicalfeaturesthatareeasilyrecognizable.Forexample, mammalshavefurorhairandinsectshavewingsandaspecificbodystructure.Butitisalso knownthattherecanbeawidevariationinphy

  • 1 Page Lab_Practical_Review_Topics
    Lab_Practical_Review_Topics

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    Lab Practical Review Topics Approximately one half of the questions will require some kind of hands on observation or measurement. The other half will be typical problems of the type you might see in the dry labs or the pre-and post lab questions. You wil

  • 9 Pages Chapter 5 My Notes
    Chapter 5 My Notes

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    Chapter 5: Pathogenic Microorganisms, Fungi and Animal Parasites I. Types of Pathogenic Microorganisms A. Bacteria B. Chlamydiae C. Rickettsiae and Ehrlichiae D. Mycoplasma E. Viruses F. Fungi *a small number of microbiologic agents are extremely virulent

  • 6 Pages Chapter 4 My Notes
    Chapter 4 My Notes

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    Chapter 4: Immunity, Hypersensitivity, Allergy, and Autoimmune diseases I. The Bodys Defense Mechanisms: Two separate mechanisms function together to protect us from disease 1. Inflammatory reaction 1. Nonspecific response 2. Phagocytosis of material by n

  • 10 Pages week 6 quiz
    Week 6 Quiz

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    Question 1 0.25 / 0.25 pts <p>Thymocyte progenitors enter the subcapsular region of the thymus as doublenegative</p> <p>CD3<sup>-</sup> T cells where the double negative refers to lack of cluster determinants_ and _</p> <p><sup> </sup></p> Thymocyte proge

  • 9 Pages week 5 quiz
    Week 5 Quiz

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    Question 1 0.25 / 0.25 pts During vaccination _ antigen(s) with epitopes also found on pathogens are introduced into the human body During vaccination _ antigen(s) with epitopes also found on pathogens are introduced into the human body Harmful Harmless C

  • 6 Pages My Notes
    My Notes

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    Chapter 1: General Concepts of Disease / Essentials of Human Disease I. Characteristics of Disease A. Disease: A disturbance of structure or function B. Lesions: well-defined, characteristic structural changes in organs and tissues as a result of disease

  • 10 Pages Chapter 2 My Notes
    Chapter 2 My Notes

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    Chapter 2: Genes, Chromosomes, Cells and Tissues / Their Structure and Function in Health and Disease I. Organization of Cells A. Cells form tissues B. Tissues form organs C. Organs form organ systems D. Organ systems integrated to form functioning organi

  • 15 Pages Final Exam PH immuno
    Final Exam PH Immuno

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    Final Exam Due Jul 19 at 11:55pm Points 30 Questions 50 Available Jul 13 at 12:05am - Jul 19 at 11:55pm 7 days Time Limit 180 Minutes SUMMER 2014 Instructions Please read the Things to Know before Taking a Quiz/Exam in Canvas (Links to an external site.)

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    IMG_0842

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  • 25 Pages lecture 1
    Lecture 1

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    Foundations of Public Health Immunology Immunology Principles Source: http:/www.rice.edu/~jenky/sports/fatigue.html 1 Immunology & Public Health Study of immunology closely linked to practice of medicine Transplants, treatments, & vaccines Increasing impo

  • 3 Pages Chapter 3 My Notes
    Chapter 3 My Notes

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    Chapter 3: Inflammation and Repair I. The Inflammatory Reaction 1. Nonspecific response to any agent that causes cell injury (everyone has the same response) 2. Agents maybe : 1. Physical: heat or cold, frost bites, blisters 2. Chemical: concentrated acid

  • 13 Pages Electrochemical_cells_Lab_Summer_14
    Electrochemical_cells_Lab_Summer_14

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    Course: Foundations Of Ph Immunology

    Electrochemical Cells State College of Florida Manatee-Sarasota Introduction If we place a strip of Iron metal in copper(II) sulfate solution we can see evidence that a chemical reaction is occurring. The blue solution caused by the copper(II) sulfate beg

  • 7 Pages Determination_of_Kc_of_FeSCN_Summer_14
    Determination_of_Kc_of_FeSCN_Summer_14

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    Spectrophotometric Determination of an Equilibrium Constant1 State College of Florida Manatee-Sarasota In the Le Chatelier Lab we explored the equilibrium reaction: Fe3+(aq) + SCN-(aq) FeSCN2+(aq) We studied the response of this system to various stresses

  • 9 Pages Content Area III - Promoting Health
    Content Area III - Promoting Health

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    Content Area III: Promoting Health Topic: Stress Management Myers Module: 39 Activity Type: online article Description: This is an article that describes Dr. Ozs 12-step Stress Management Plan http:/www.realage.com/health-action-plans/stress-managementpla

  • 34 Pages Effector mechanisms_slides
    Effector Mechanisms_slides

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    Foundations of Public Health Immunology CellMediatedImmunity: EffectorMechanisms Objectives DescribetheprocessofTcellshomingtositesof injuryorinfection IdentifyeffectorfunctionsofCD8+Tcells DescribehowCD4+helpercellsregulatethe immunesystem Identifyef

  • 37 Pages Antigen_recognition_slides
    Antigen_recognition_slides

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    Foundations of Public Health Immunology CellMediatedImmunity: AntigenicProcessing, Presentation&Recognition Objectives Identifyandexplainthelocationsandfunctions ofMHCmolecules. Identifyandexplainantigenprocessingand presentation. Identifyandexplainant

  • 35 Pages Autoimmunity_slides
    Autoimmunity_slides

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    Foundations of Public Health Immunology Autoimmunity,Transplants& Tumors Objectives Defineautoimmunity,tolerance,&ignorance Identifythemechanisminvolvedindevelopmentof autoimmunity Identifythemechanisminvolvedinthecontrolof autoimmunity(centralvs.perip

  • 30 Pages Vaccines_slides
    Vaccines_slides

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    Foundations of Public Health Immunology Vaccines& EvasionStrategies Objectives Identifyandexplaintheroleofvaccinesinthe productionofimmunity Identifyparticularvaccinetypes Identifythemechanismsbywhichvaccine stimulateimmunecells Identifythemechanismsb

  • 34 Pages PrimaryImmuno_slides
    PrimaryImmuno_slides

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    Foundations of Public Health Immunology Primary Immunodeficiency DavidVetterwasbornin1971 withXlinkedSCIDandno functioningimmunesystem. Helivedhisentirelifeinsidea sterileisolatorbubble. Objectives Describethedifferencebetweenprimary&secondary immunodefi

  • Pages 6_Antibodies_full
    6_Antibodies_full

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  • Pages 2_anatomy of lymphoid system_full
    2_anatomy Of Lymphoid System_full

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  • Pages 4_innate immunity_full
    4_innate Immunity_full

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    Foundations of Public Health Immunology Innate Immunity, Inflammation & Nutrition 1 Objectives Identify principles of innate immunity Identify receptors and responses of innate cells to microbes (alert system) Describe & identify examples of the 4 types o

  • Pages 5_complement foundations of public health_full
    5_complement Foundations Of Public Health_full

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    Foundations of Public Health Immunology Complement 1 Objectives Identify functions of complement Recognize the similarities and differences of the three complement pathways Identify important complement components & their functions Identify deleterious ef

  • 36 Pages Antigens_slides
    Antigens_slides

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    Foundations of Public Health Immunology CellMediatedImmunity: Antigens,Tcells&Cytokines Objectives Describethecellmediatedimmuneresponseand characteristicsofTcells Identifythecharacteristicsofantigens,haptens,& mitogens Describetheprocessofpositive&neg

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    IMG_0838

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  • 5 Pages Determination of Wavelength of Maximum Absorbance
    Determination Of Wavelength Of Maximum Absorbance

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    Determination of Wavelength of Maximum Absorbance PA State Standards Addressed: 3.7.10.B Apply appropriate instruments and apparatus to examine a variety of objects and processes. 3.4.10.C Distinguish among the principles of force and motion. Describe lig

  • 4 Pages Birth Control Method Comparison Chart
    Birth Control Method Comparison Chart

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    Course: Foundations Of Ph Immunology

    BIRTH CONTROL METHOD COMPARISON CHART METHOD Abstinence Implant IUD Depo-ProveraM M EFFECTIVENESS PROTECTS AT PREVENTING AGAINST PREGNANCY STIS? ADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGES 100% Highly effective No side effects, as with other methods No cost Can incr

  • 9 Pages 2010_week3_Enzyme_Spring_2014
    2010_week3_Enzyme_Spring_2014

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    EnzymeI:pHandTemperatureLab BSC2010 Introduction Enzymesarebiologicalcatalyststhatincreasetherateofchemicalreactions.Amajorityof enzymesareproteinsformedfromoneormorepolypeptidechains.Whichinturnare comprisedofaminoacidsarrangedintoalinearchain.Theparticu

  • 4 Pages Runaway Children
    Runaway Children

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    Course: Foundations Of Ph Immunology

    Runaway Children- Alone Without a Home The adolescent mind often idealizes running away and develop a romanticized view of life on the streets. Children turning to the streets and running away has been happening for decades behind closed doors and out on

  • 3 Pages Global Healthcare Paper
    Global Healthcare Paper

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    Global Health Care Paper South Africas Battle of Obesity In recent years, South Africa has experienced a rapid epidemiological transition. South Africa has been known for its poverty, malnourishment, primitiveness, and disease. However, currently South Af

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  • Pages Humoral_slides
    Humoral_slides

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    Foundations of Public Health Immunology HumoralImmuneResponse Objectives Identifyandexplaintheclonalselectionand expansionprocess Identifysimilaritiesanddifferencesofthe primaryandsecondaryimmuneresponses Describetheprocessesofisotypeswitching, affinit

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    IMG_0841

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    IMG_0839

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  • 59 Pages Hypersensitivity_slides
    Hypersensitivity_slides

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    Foundations of Public Health Immunology Hypersensitivity TypeIhypersensitivity reactionscanbecaused byavarietyofallergens Objectives Describethehypersensitivityreactionto antigenexposure Identifyandexplainthesimilaritiesand differencesinthemechanismofth

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