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    Immunology

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    Introduction to IMMUNOLOGY COURSE • Subject Agenda* Theoretical part (Lecture): 14.01----18.03----22.04.2013 Practical part (Labwork) • Study Materials: Textbook (David Male and Ivan Roitt-2006-DIR; Abul Abbas-2007AA)‚ Clips and Internet search • Classconversation@gmail.com. Pass: btiu12345 • Evaluation - Midterm Exam‚ Final Exam‚ Labwork - Assignment (Home-work‚ Topic-oriented-In-class discussion‚ Readand-Present Practice) Contact me at: R501‚ IU Building; or via email: ntthoai@hcmiu.edu

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    Immunology

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    85326 Lecture 5 Role of transmembrane signaling in immunorecognition (signal transduction) G Ligand (primary 0 messenger) 0.0 shapeType75fBehindDocument1pWrapPolygonVertices8;18;(8674‚879);(15125‚879);(15125‚145);(21500‚145);(21500‚1540);(14509‚1540);(14509‚21497);(3531‚21497);(3531‚19296);(3607‚19296);(3607‚15187);(2071‚15187);(2071‚2713);(0‚2713);(0‚0);(3223‚0);(3223‚806);(8674‚806)posrelh0posrelv0pib Receptor-ligand binding CYTOSOL Cellular responses Signal

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    Immunology

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    Title: Immunology Aim: To visit a microbiology department at the university hospital and acquire detailed information of various antigen-antibody tests eg. ASO‚ haemotoglutination‚ ELISA etc. Method: To listen to presentation made and thus formulate a concise report on that which was discussed and demonstrated. (Please see BC34D Laboratory Manual for more information) Concise Report/Summery: The term serology refers to both the study of general antigen-antibody reactions in a laboratory

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    Immunology

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    Innate Targeting of Pathogens Pathogen Examples Facts Pattern recognition alerted by Viruses flu‚ small pox‚ HIV‚ polio‚ Ebola‚ rhinovirus‚ hepatitis‚ measles Can only reproduce inside cells Foreign nucleic acids (double stranded RNA‚ single stranded DNA‚ foreign methylation patterns)‚ reduced antigen presentation by infected cells So viruses are usually recognized by something unusual in their nucleic acids.(Double RNA‚ normally‚ RNA is a single strain) Bacteria

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    immunology

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    Papa Kwame Pireku Problem set 1 2.2) Antimicrobial peptides are usually produced as inactive propeptides that require cleavage by a protease to complete their activation‚ often by generating a cationic peptide that takes on an amphipathic structure capable of disrupting the cell membrane of a microbe. Also in neutrophils the antimicrobial agents are activated by proteolytic cleavage when these granules fuse with phagosome and encounter neutrophil elastase that has been released from primary granules

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    immunology

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    NEUTROPHILS & MACROPHAGES: Neutrophils & Macrophages play the main role in (SEEK AND DESTROY) the invading agents (microbes‚viruses and other injurious agents) NEUTROPHILS are mature cells that can SEEK AND DESTROY agents even in BLOOD ‚ MACROPHAGES begin their life as immature cells in blood called monocytes ‚ when they enter the tissues they swell and become mature and named MACROPHAGES which are extremely capable of SEEK AND DESTROY intratissue injurious agents. White Blood Cells Enter the

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    kuby immunology

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    8536d_ch01_001-023 8/1/02 4:25 PM Page 1 mac79 Mac 79:45_BW:Goldsby et al. / Immunology 5e: Overview of the Immune System chapter 1 T        defense system that has evolved to protect animals from invading pathogenic microorganisms and cancer. It is able to generate an enormous variety of cells and molecules capable of specifically recognizing and eliminating an apparently limitless variety of foreign invaders. These cells and molecules act together

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    Blood/Immunology

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    Unit 10: Blood/Immunology Case Study Lab What were your three diagnoses? 1. Case 1: Pernicious Anemia 2. Case 2: Normal Blood Smear 3. Case 3: Malaria Journal Questions for lab 1. In what ways do normal red and white blood cells differ? Many red blood cells circulate in the bloodstream‚ while the white blood cells leave the blood. 2. Which type of white blood cell would you expect to be most common in a normal blood smear? Neutrophils 3. A differential

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    Medical Immunology

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    MEDICAL IMMUNOLOGY & SEROLOGY Terence L. Eday‚ RMT‚ MT(ASCPi)‚ MPH College of Medical Technology / Medical Laboratory Science University of Perpetual Help System DALTA Historical Perspective • 1773‚ Voltaire reported on an ancient Chinese custom where dried and powdered small pox scabs were inhaled • 1798‚ Edward Anthony Jenner‚ Smallpox vaccination • 1862‚ Ernst Haekel‚ Recognition of phagocytosis • 1877‚ Paul Erlich‚ recognition of mast cells Historical Perspective • 1879‚

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    Immune System

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    Immunology is defined as a science that deals with the immune system and the cell-mediated and humoral aspects of immunity and immune responses. An immunologist deals with humans that have an immune response that is not considered normal. For example they treat patients’ that have AID’s‚ Immunodeficiency’s‚ and some autoimmune disorders. Immunology began when Edward Jenner developed a vaccine for small pox‚ and lead to a system of programs to immunize people‚ though this is not all immunologists

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    Immunology Notes

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    BSCI422 Immunology January 26‚ 2010 Lecture 1 Introduction to the class Went over syllabus Student expectations BSCI422 Immunology January 27‚ 2010 Lecture 2 Innate Immunity‚ the signal transduction and cytokine production When you’re exposed to a microbe‚ your body has innate immune responses that can kill the microbe right away‚ there is no recovery or memory period. It is the very first response. If you amount an affective innate immune response‚ you don’t need to develop an adaptive

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    the essay itself is a bit of a chimera‚ both science writing and personal essay. The science body headed by a personal essay about the nature of memory and morning‚ about how our lost loved ones can feel so absolutely real. The discussion of the immunology provokes an expansion of our understanding of how deeply embodied memory is‚ and how connected we are‚ both literally and

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    Lab report

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    perform an ELISA test‚ the purpose an ELISA test‚ and also how to interpret the results of this test. Materials and Procedures: Materials: Howard Huges medical Institute: Virtual Immunology Lab Human Anatomy & Physiology Marieb 9th edition textbook Web access Procedures: Use the hyperlink Virtual Immunology Lab to visit the website where the virtual lab is located Click on the image to the left of the summary to launch the lab Read the diagnosis and background for the lab before you begin

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    FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCES BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HONS.) BIOLOGY BMS 545 (IMMUNOLOGY) TITLE: ETHICAL ISSUES IN IMMUNOLOGY LECTURER’S NAME: PROF ASSOC. DR NOOR HANA BT HUSSAIN GROUP MEMBERS: NURUL ANATI BT CHE OMAR (2010892138) GROUP: AS2014B2 In discussing the ethical issues of using animals in immunological research‚ the major issue is that many of these research animals suffer in ways which are unnatural to them. By using the genetic manipulation‚ obese mice‚ diabetic mice‚ and mice

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    Safe Structure Analysis

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    The safe structure is an arrangement of cells‚ tissues*‚ and organs that chip in to shield the body against ambushes by "remote" interlopers. These are basically life forms (germs) minute‚ sullying realizing natural substances‚ for instance‚ microorganisms‚ contaminations‚ parasites‚ and developments. Since the human body gives an immaculate space to various microorganisms‚ they endeavor to break in. It is the safe structure’s business to keep them out or‚ missing the mark that‚ to hunt out and obliterate

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    What Is Vaccination?

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    Vaccinations and different types of immunization have received a lot of backlash through out the years of their existence. They are seen as fatal injections that are used to make a profit from the lower classes. According to Mahatma Gandhi‚ “Vaccination is a barbarous practice and one of the most fatal of all the delusions current in our time.” Many people have no knowledge of these vaccines. They fear that vaccinating your child may lead to problems such as Autism. Even though these accusations

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    Immunosuppressive Drugs

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    The Use of Immunosuppressive Drugs In Organ Transplants Chelsae Smith Abstract The use of immunosuppressive drugs in the organ transplant setting has become vital to the survival of the patient. This paper will discuss the importance of immunosuppressive drugs through the stages of induction therapy‚ maintenance therapy‚ and treatment of acute rejection. Categories of immunosuppressive drugs will be discussed in terms of each category’s action of stopping the acute rejection. Acute rejection

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    Immunology Lab Report

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    Radial Immunodiffussion (RID) Christian Crespo 18 October 2013 Immunology Lab Report Purpose of the Experiment: The objective of this experiment is to quantitatively observe the foundational reaction in our Immune system; the Antigen-Antibody interactions. The Ouchterlony procedure is what will be used in this lab to detect nature of the antibody interaction. The orientations of the band will provide more information about the interaction of antibody and antigen

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    Mindanao Medical Foundation College P. Villanueva St.‚ Davao City Course Syllabus Course Title: Immunology and Serology Course Description: Immunology is the study of the human body’s immune response to foreign antigens and disease. Serology is the study of constituents in serum that can be used for detection of disease and monitoring of therapy through serological laboratory testing. Course Credits: 4 Units Vision Statement: Mindanao Medical Foundation College is a private‚

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    Rheumatoid Arthiritis

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    Disease Term Paper: Rheumatoid Arthritis Qaini Abidi Biology 106 Tracy Gray March 11‚ 2013 Rheumatoid Arthritis is an auto immune disorder‚ which means body’s immune system mistakenly attacks healthy tissue. RA is a long-term disease that leads to inflammation of joints and surrounding tissues‚ also other organs. It could occur at any age‚ and mostly common in middle age (30-40 yrs.). Women are likely to get RA more than men. Infection‚ genes‚ hormone changes may be linked to the disease

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