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54 terms
Cell Mediated Immunity: Immunology
Cell mediated response definition
humoral response definition
Types of Effector cells (not just lymp…
CTL
host defense in which T-lymphocytes serve as effector cells;…
can be transferred by serum (antibodies) alone; cells are inv…
Lymphoid, MHC-restricted killers: CTL... LYmphoid, Non-MHC restr…
usually CD8+, must recognize Ag in association with MHC class…
Cell mediated response definition
host defense in which T-lymphocytes serve as effector cells;…
humoral response definition
can be transferred by serum (antibodies) alone; cells are inv…
14 terms
Immunology: Cell-mediated Immunity
CTL killing overview
Killing by cytotoxic T cells (CTLs)
CTL killing without perforin
Natural killer cells
1) CTL binds target cell (TMC and adhesion molecules)... 2) Two…
-Virus infects a host cell (APC)... -As virus replicates, some o…
It was later discovered that CTLs can kill target cells witho…
-Large, granular lymphocytes ... - Contain "surface markers" to…
CTL killing overview
1) CTL binds target cell (TMC and adhesion molecules)... 2) Two…
Killing by cytotoxic T cells (CTLs)
-Virus infects a host cell (APC)... -As virus replicates, some o…
93 terms
Immunology: Cell mediated immunity
Cell mediated immunity
T cells arise in the
TCR specializes in
TCR is always
Occurs by T cells, mediated by T cells, modulated by cytokines
Bone marrow but differentiate in the Thymus
recognizing B cells that can make Ab
Membrane bound and NEVER appears in soluble form
Cell mediated immunity
Occurs by T cells, mediated by T cells, modulated by cytokines
T cells arise in the
Bone marrow but differentiate in the Thymus
31 terms
Immunology- Cell Mediated Response
What region of Lymph Node do antigen p…
Where do dendritic cells first encount…
CD 4/TH 1 Cells
CD 4/ TH 2 Cells
T cell areas
In the skin... Usually bacterial... Transport them into draining…
Inflammatory Response... From Previous Lecture - Activate macrop…
Anti-inflammatory Response + B cell response (General)... From…
What region of Lymph Node do antigen p…
T cell areas
Where do dendritic cells first encount…
In the skin... Usually bacterial... Transport them into draining…
86 terms
Immunology: Cell mediated, DTH, MHC
Secondary Lymphoid organs
Name of macrophage in Bone
Name of macrophage in CNS
Name of macrophage in Lung
Lymph nodes... Spleen... MALT ~ mucous immunity
Osteoclasts
Microglial cells
Alveolar Macrophages
Secondary Lymphoid organs
Lymph nodes... Spleen... MALT ~ mucous immunity
Name of macrophage in Bone
Osteoclasts
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Immunology- T cell-mediated immunity
Where do Naive Tcells encounter antigen?
What do T-cells monitor?
What happens to T cells that do not en…
What happens to T cells that do encoun…
During re-circulation through secondary lymphoid organs
antigen presented by macrophages and dendritic cells
These Tcells leave the lymph node in the efferent lymph
these T cells proliferate and then differentiate into effecto…
Where do Naive Tcells encounter antigen?
During re-circulation through secondary lymphoid organs
What do T-cells monitor?
antigen presented by macrophages and dendritic cells
58 terms
Immunology: Cell-Mediated Immune Responses
What is cell-mediated immunity?
What cells mediate cell-mediated immun…
What innate immune cells can cause the…
What 2 types of microbes does the cell…
The branch of the adaptive immune responses whose role is to…
T cells
macrophages - TNF-α, IL-1, IFN-γ... NK cells - IFN-γ
1. Microbes ingested by phagocytes (macrophages and dendritic…
What is cell-mediated immunity?
The branch of the adaptive immune responses whose role is to…
What cells mediate cell-mediated immun…
T cells
31 terms
Immunology- Cell-mediated Immune Responses
What is cell-mediated immunity? What c…
What are the 4 phases of T cell respon…
What is the lifespan of memory T cells…
What genes allow for rearrangement and…
Cell-mediated immunity is the arm of the adaptive immune resp…
1) Antigen recognition... 2) Activation- MHC/peptide and microbe…
Memory T cells circulate for months to years (long-lived) and…
RAG-1 and RAG-2 provide genetic control that allows for thous…
What is cell-mediated immunity? What c…
Cell-mediated immunity is the arm of the adaptive immune resp…
What are the 4 phases of T cell respon…
1) Antigen recognition... 2) Activation- MHC/peptide and microbe…
18 terms
Lecture 23 - Cell-Mediated Immunology
T Cell Receptors
TH Cells
TC Cells
TH Activation
variable and constant regions... - two chains: alpha and beta... -…
helper T cells... - CD4 surface molecule... - bind to MHC2 on APC c…
cytotoxix T cells... - have CD8 on surface molecule... - bind to MH…
1st signal: TCR + MHC2/antigen complex... - CD4 + MHC2... 2nd sign…
T Cell Receptors
variable and constant regions... - two chains: alpha and beta... -…
TH Cells
helper T cells... - CD4 surface molecule... - bind to MHC2 on APC c…
121 terms
Immunology III: Cell-mediated Immunity
Immune system response
Three types of antigen presenting cell…
Dendritic cells
Macrophages
1. antigen processing... 2. clonal selection... 3. mounting a defen…
dendritic, macrophages, and B cells
- antigen presentation only, no phagocytosis... - express MHC I…
- phagocytosis and antigen presentation... - express little MHC…
Immune system response
1. antigen processing... 2. clonal selection... 3. mounting a defen…
Three types of antigen presenting cell…
dendritic, macrophages, and B cells
27 terms
Biol 221- Immunology, Cell- Mediated
T cell receptor
Th cell
CD4
exogenous antigen
variable and constant regionsl two chains (alpha and beta, no…
helper T cells; have CD4 surface molecules; bind to MHC2 on A…
molecule that is present on surface of Th cell; binds to TCR…
exogenous antigens are taken into the antigen-presenting cell…
T cell receptor
variable and constant regionsl two chains (alpha and beta, no…
Th cell
helper T cells; have CD4 surface molecules; bind to MHC2 on A…
Immunology: Cell mediated immunity/antibodies
the immune system's job is to:
a vaccine:
2 parts of the immune response system
innate immune response
counteract infection
stimulates an immune response
innate and adaptive
that which is activated first and combats infection first
the immune system's job is to:
counteract infection
a vaccine:
stimulates an immune response
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Cell-Mediated Immunology (L23)
T cell receptor
Th Cell (Helper T cell)
CD4
exogenous antigen
The protein on a T cell membrane that recognizes an antigen b…
T cells that recognize antigens on MHC2 receptors from profes…
A receptor on Th cells that recognize the MHC2s; enhance the…
An antigen that comes from outside of the cell--gotten from a…
T cell receptor
The protein on a T cell membrane that recognizes an antigen b…
Th Cell (Helper T cell)
T cells that recognize antigens on MHC2 receptors from profes…
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Immunology: T-cell Mediated Immunity
Name the T cell types and their roles
Describe Plasmacytoid Dendritic Cells
What are the routes of antigen process…
What are the three signals needed for…
CD8+: Kill virus infected cells... CD4 Th1: Activate macrophages…
Sentinels for virus infection... Secrete large amounts of IFN-a…
Phagocytosis - extracel bacteria - MHC Class II... Macropinocyto…
MHC interaction with TCR... B7 interaction with CD28 (induces ex…
Name the T cell types and their roles
CD8+: Kill virus infected cells... CD4 Th1: Activate macrophages…
Describe Plasmacytoid Dendritic Cells
Sentinels for virus infection... Secrete large amounts of IFN-a…
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Immunology (Cell Mediated Immunity and Cytokines)
What are the components of the immune…
What are the functions of the T-cells…
Discuss naive T-cells
Discuss activated (effector) T-cells
T cells and cytokines
-Play a direct role in defense against intracellular Ags... -Enh…
-Resting, not exposed to Ag... -small lymphs with long life span…
-Stimulated by Ag... -Activated by secretion of IL-2 and T-cell…
What are the components of the immune…
T cells and cytokines
What are the functions of the T-cells…
-Play a direct role in defense against intracellular Ags... -Enh…
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Immunology T-cell Mediated Immune Response
cd8 MHC type... cd4 MHC type
CD4 Th1... turned on by... up regulate... pr…
th1 functions
granuloma
MHC I ... MHC II
IFN-y, IL-12... t-bet, stat4... IFN-y
macrophage activation (intracellular pathogens)... transplant r…
macrophages surrounded by th1 cells ... caseous necrosis
cd8 MHC type... cd4 MHC type
MHC I ... MHC II
CD4 Th1... turned on by... up regulate... pr…
IFN-y, IL-12... t-bet, stat4... IFN-y
160 terms
Immunology - T Cell Receptors & Cell-Mediated Immunity
Method of destruction of infected cells
Method of destruction of intracellular…
Th17 method of destruction
T Cell mediated immunity effect on B c…
Cytotoxic T cells (CTL or Tc) via CD8 recognition of class I…
Macrophages are activated by Th1 via CD4 interaction with MHC…
Destruction of intracellular pathogens by neutrophils
Affects maturation & activation of B cells into plasma cells,…
Method of destruction of infected cells
Cytotoxic T cells (CTL or Tc) via CD8 recognition of class I…
Method of destruction of intracellular…
Macrophages are activated by Th1 via CD4 interaction with MHC…
64 terms
Chapter 8 Immunology: T-cell mediated Immunity
Process of T-cell mediated immunity
Professional APCs
Dendritic cells
Macrophages
1. Mature naive T cell (nonself reactive, MHC restricted)... 2.…
Dendritic cell > macrophage > B cell
(interdigitating reticular cells) viral antigens
bacterium
Process of T-cell mediated immunity
1. Mature naive T cell (nonself reactive, MHC restricted)... 2.…
Professional APCs
Dendritic cell > macrophage > B cell
8 terms
Immunology 14 Vocab - Cell mediated immunity
B7
High Endothelial Venules (HEV)
T cell differentiation trigger
IL-12
Signal molecule on Pro APC which interacts with CD28 on T Cel…
site of lymphocyte entrance into lymph from the blood
Triggered by cytokines
Induces differentiation of T cells into TH1 cells, activates…
B7
Signal molecule on Pro APC which interacts with CD28 on T Cel…
High Endothelial Venules (HEV)
site of lymphocyte entrance into lymph from the blood
52 terms
Immunology Ch 8: T Cell-Mediated Immunity
activation of naive T cells on encount…
infection site and destination
Dendritic Cells present Antigen
Dendritic Cells
1) Dendritic cells capture antigen at site of infection... 2) ca…
-skin and peripheral tissue--> lymph node... -blood--> spleen... -m…
diagram MUST SEE
-activate naive T cells by presenting antigen in context of M…
activation of naive T cells on encount…
1) Dendritic cells capture antigen at site of infection... 2) ca…
infection site and destination
-skin and peripheral tissue--> lymph node... -blood--> spleen... -m…
Immunology - B-cell mediated immunity (review)
Simple pathway of a B cell from activa…
Primary and secondary responses
Antibody activity
B cell activation - two ways
Naive, mature B cells interact with antigen. These cells prol…
Primary: Initial response to antigen. Initial response is usu…
Phagocytes are recruited to an area -- they have receptors fo…
B cells can be activated in two ways: 1) Activation with T he…
Simple pathway of a B cell from activa…
Naive, mature B cells interact with antigen. These cells prol…
Primary and secondary responses
Primary: Initial response to antigen. Initial response is usu…
25 terms
Immunology Chapter 8: T-cell Mediated Immunity
naive T cell activation requires
what cell is most effective at activat…
B cells are found where
where does most T cell activation occur
presentation of Ag by MHC.... need adhesion molecules between AP…
DCs. they can exhibit exogenous and endogenous Ags on MHC1/2
peripheral blood and lymphoid tissue
DCs carry Ag from site of infection to lymphoid tissues to in…
naive T cell activation requires
presentation of Ag by MHC.... need adhesion molecules between AP…
what cell is most effective at activat…
DCs. they can exhibit exogenous and endogenous Ags on MHC1/2
53 terms
Immunology Chapter 8: T Cell-Mediated Immunity
Which two types of cells act as sentin…
Which cell takes on the job of alertin…
How do the Dendritic Cells alert the T…
T/F Dendritic cells are good at their…
Dendritic Cells and Macrophages
Dendritic Cells
They must migrate from the infected tissue to where the T cel…
True! The focus on getting the job done! First, they focus on…
Which two types of cells act as sentin…
Dendritic Cells and Macrophages
Which cell takes on the job of alertin…
Dendritic Cells
12 terms
Immunology - T-cell mediated immunity (review)
T cell pathway - simple
T effector cells
T cell encounter with antigen
T cell circulation path
1) T cells develop in the thymus, circulate into periphery, e…
Cytotoxic cells.... T helpers: Th1 and Th2. Interact with B lym…
Antigen presenting cells encounter antigen elsewhere in the b…
1) Naive T cells enter the lymph node and encounter antigen p…
T cell pathway - simple
1) T cells develop in the thymus, circulate into periphery, e…
T effector cells
Cytotoxic cells.... T helpers: Th1 and Th2. Interact with B lym…
65 terms
Immunology Lecture 14 (Cell-Mediated Cytotoxic Responses)
what are the primary agents of cell-me…
what is cell-mediated immunity?
lymphoid cells in the thymus rearrange…
Th cell role in cell-mediated immunity?
Tc and NK cells
Th1 response
TCR
signal to tailor and coordinate responses
what are the primary agents of cell-me…
Tc and NK cells
what is cell-mediated immunity?
Th1 response
41 terms
Immunology, Chapter 9: T-cell Mediated Immunity
What is a naive T-cell, where does it…
How does the specific antigen encounte…
How do effector T-cells recognize anti…
List the 4 main subsets of CD4 T-cel…
Once T cells have completed their development in the thymus,…
Effector T-cells, unlike naive T cells, perform their functio…
The cells on which effector T cells act will be referred to a…
The main CD4 effector subsets currently distinguished are T H…
What is a naive T-cell, where does it…
Once T cells have completed their development in the thymus,…
How does the specific antigen encounte…
Effector T-cells, unlike naive T cells, perform their functio…
14 terms
Immunology- Effector Mechanisms of Cell-Mediated Immunity
What cell type is responsible for the…
What are the 2 types of cell-mediated…
What is the general process of effecto…
What innate immune response causes exp…
T cells
1) CD4 (Th1) T cells activate phagocytes to destroy microbes…
Effector T cells weakly bind to selectin ligands and roll alo…
Macrophages release TNF-a and IL-1 to increase expression of…
What cell type is responsible for the…
T cells
What are the 2 types of cell-mediated…
1) CD4 (Th1) T cells activate phagocytes to destroy microbes…
11 terms
Immunology: Generation of Cell-Mediated Effector Mechanisms
Recognition of intracellular foreign a…
induction and effector phases of cell-…
induction and effector phases of cell-…
Functions of macrophages in cell-media…
Helper T cells (TH, CD4+) Cytotoxic T lymphocytes (CTLs CD8+)…
In the lymph node, APC presents antigen to Naïve T-cells... --CD…
Migration and retention of effector and memory T cells at sit…
In cell-mediated immunity, macrophages are activated ( at sit…
Recognition of intracellular foreign a…
Helper T cells (TH, CD4+) Cytotoxic T lymphocytes (CTLs CD8+)…
induction and effector phases of cell-…
In the lymph node, APC presents antigen to Naïve T-cells... --CD…
25 terms
Immunology: Effector Mechanisms of Cell-Mediated Immunity
What carries out the effector phase of…
What are the two types of cell-mediate…
What are the 8 general steps of the ce…
What are adhesion molecules that are e…
T cells
1. CD4 T cells activate phagocytes (macrophages) to destroy m…
1. Induction of response (innate activation)... 2. Antigen recog…
Effector T cells express high levels of adhesion molecules, i…
What carries out the effector phase of…
T cells
What are the two types of cell-mediate…
1. CD4 T cells activate phagocytes (macrophages) to destroy m…
28 terms
Lecture 23: Immunology Cell-Mediated Immunity
T cell receptor
helper T cell (T H)
CD4
exogenous antigen
...
...
...
...
T cell receptor
...
helper T cell (T H)
...
22 terms
5. Immunology- T cell mediated immunity
Activation of T cells results in...?
What does cytokine IL-2 do?
3 signals of T cell activation
CD3
-stimulation of both innate and adaptive response... -cytokine p…
-self proliferation cytokine. makes both the cytokine and the…
1. signal 1 is the interaction of the TCR complex with MHC an…
surface molecule of T cell... function: signal transduction by T…
Activation of T cells results in...?
-stimulation of both innate and adaptive response... -cytokine p…
What does cytokine IL-2 do?
-self proliferation cytokine. makes both the cytokine and the…
31 terms
Immunology (Deja Review): Humoral & Cell- Mediated Immunity
Humoral immunity & cell-mediated immun…
What is the difference between the rec…
A primary response is generated when a…
What is affinity maturation?
Humoral immunity is B cell & Ab-mediated response directed ag…
The recognition phase involves the identification of Ag via m…
The primary response has a longer lag period (time until Ab i…
Process that selects for B cells producing Ab of highest affi…
Humoral immunity & cell-mediated immun…
Humoral immunity is B cell & Ab-mediated response directed ag…
What is the difference between the rec…
The recognition phase involves the identification of Ag via m…
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Immunology 5: Effector mechanisms of cell-mediated immunity
What T cells are activated in the proc…
Where does IL-4 initially come from du…
Outline the process of Differentiation…
IL-4 does?
Th2
Mostly... - Basophils (granular cells in peripheral blood)... - M…
- a growth factor for Th cell... - provides T cell support to B…
What T cells are activated in the proc…
Th2
Where does IL-4 initially come from du…
Mostly... - Basophils (granular cells in peripheral blood)... - M…
34 terms
Immunology Lectures 14 & 15: Cell-Mediated Immunity
Definition: cluster of CD4/8 and TCR o…
3 signals needed for CD4 T cell differ…
Cytokine needed for CD4 to TH1 differe…
Transcription factor in TH1 differenti…
Nanodomain
TCR, CD28, cytokines
IL12
T-bet
Definition: cluster of CD4/8 and TCR o…
Nanodomain
3 signals needed for CD4 T cell differ…
TCR, CD28, cytokines
27 terms
UTH Immunology Block 2 Cell Mediated Interactions
True or false: CD4+ cytotoxic T-cells…
What must naive CD8+ cells be exposed…
What is released by CTLs in response t…
What cytokines that a CTL releases can…
True!
Ag-MHC I complexes and interleukins (like IL-2)
Perforin and granzymes (which are pre-proteases)
IFN-gamma and TNF-alpha
True or false: CD4+ cytotoxic T-cells…
True!
What must naive CD8+ cells be exposed…
Ag-MHC I complexes and interleukins (like IL-2)
52 terms
Immunology Ch 8: T Cell-Mediated Immunity
activation of naive T cells on encount…
infection site and destination
Dendritic Cells present Antigen
Dendritic Cells
1) Dendritic cells capture antigen at site of infection... 2) ca…
-skin and peripheral tissue--> lymph node... -blood--> spleen... -m…
diagram MUST SEE
-activate naive T cells by presenting antigen in context of M…
activation of naive T cells on encount…
1) Dendritic cells capture antigen at site of infection... 2) ca…
infection site and destination
-skin and peripheral tissue--> lymph node... -blood--> spleen... -m…
14 terms
BIOL 4465: Immunology (T-cell Mediated Immunity)
trapping
licensing
co-stimulatory molecules
CCL21
homing of naive T-cells into the lymph nodes
process when dendritic cells are differentiating into cells t…
molecules located on dendritic cells that stimulate naive T-c…
chemokine that binds to the CCR7 receptor on the T-cell to in…
trapping
homing of naive T-cells into the lymph nodes
licensing
process when dendritic cells are differentiating into cells t…
53 terms
Immunology Exam 2: Cell-Mediated Immune Response
In what infections is the cell-mediate…
[T/F] The cell-mediated immune respons…
What are the effectors of the cell-med…
What are some examples of antigen-spec…
-Intracellular bacteria infections... -Viral infections... -Fungi... -…
TRUE
-Antigen-specific cells... -Non-specific cells
-CD4+ TH1 and TH2... -CD8+TC
In what infections is the cell-mediate…
-Intracellular bacteria infections... -Viral infections... -Fungi... -…
[T/F] The cell-mediated immune respons…
TRUE
26 terms
Micro- 23 Immunology: Cell-Mediated Immunity
T cell receptor
Helper T cell
CD4
exogenous antigen
T cells have T cell receptors; variable & constant receptors;…
bind CD4 surface molecules; bind to MHC2 on APC cells; secret…
group of proteins that distinguishes between different types…
antigen that originated outside of the cell; Th cells recogni…
T cell receptor
T cells have T cell receptors; variable & constant receptors;…
Helper T cell
bind CD4 surface molecules; bind to MHC2 on APC cells; secret…
28 terms
Lecture 23: Immunology- Cell-mediated Immunity (Adaptive)
T cell receptor
TH cell = helper T cell
CD4
exogenous antigen
...
...
...
...
T cell receptor
...
TH cell = helper T cell
...
34 terms
Immunology Lectures 14 & 15: Cell-Mediated Immunity
Definition: cluster of CD4/8 and TCR o…
3 signals needed for CD4 T cell differ…
Cytokine needed for CD4 to TH1 differe…
Transcription factor in TH1 differenti…
Nanodomain
TCR, CD28, cytokines
IL12
T-bet
Definition: cluster of CD4/8 and TCR o…
Nanodomain
3 signals needed for CD4 T cell differ…
TCR, CD28, cytokines
58 terms
Immunology Lectures 10-12: Cell Mediated Immunity
Paracortex
HIV
Immature Dendritic Cells
Mature Dendritic Cells
Dendritic Cells present antigens to T cells in the _________…
Uses chemokines to target and destroy CD4+ T cells in the lym…
Contain high levels of receptors, low levels of MHC molecules…
Contain low levels of receptors, high levels of MHC I and MHC…
Paracortex
Dendritic Cells present antigens to T cells in the _________…
HIV
Uses chemokines to target and destroy CD4+ T cells in the lym…
Innate immunology Table 1.1 Cell-mediated
Mechanical defenses
Chemical defenses
MALT
SALT
washing hands, sweating
low pH of skin
mucosal associated lymphoid tissue
Skin associated lymphoid tissue
Mechanical defenses
washing hands, sweating
Chemical defenses
low pH of skin
58 terms
Immunology Cell mediated Cytotoxic An effector Response
Cytotoxic Effector Cells include three…
Cellular Immunity Protects the body By:
Cell mediated immune responses can be…
Naive T cells require at least two sti…
CTL's... NK T Cells... NK Cells... Each has slightly different killin…
Activating Antigen specific Cytotoxic T-lymphs (CTL's)... Activ…
Responses involving effector cells that have direct cytotoxic…
Signal 1: Primary signal is delivered when the TCR and CD4 or…
Cytotoxic Effector Cells include three…
CTL's... NK T Cells... NK Cells... Each has slightly different killin…
Cellular Immunity Protects the body By:
Activating Antigen specific Cytotoxic T-lymphs (CTL's)... Activ…
66 terms
Immunology Cell Mediated Effector Mechanisms-- #6
Assembly of B Cell Receptor
1st. Somatic recombination of the vari…
2nd. Somatic recombination of the vari…
The primary transcript is transcribed…
...
...
...
...
Assembly of B Cell Receptor
...
1st. Somatic recombination of the vari…
...
Cell Mediated/Cytotoxic Response/Neuro-Immunology
Activity:... Active Against: ... Recognizes:
two types of responses
Direct cytotoxic response
Delayed type hypersensitivity (DTH)
-Depends on localized cytokines... -virus infected cells, tumors…
1. direct cytotoxic response... 2. delayed type hypersensitivity…
direct lysis by effector cells with cytotoxic activity
cd4+ cells mediate reactions in an indirect manner ... * cell de…
Activity:... Active Against: ... Recognizes:
-Depends on localized cytokines... -virus infected cells, tumors…
two types of responses
1. direct cytotoxic response... 2. delayed type hypersensitivity…
47 terms
IMMUNOLOGY - LECTURE 7 (B cell mediated immunity)
plasma cell differentiation
The "general rule" about B cell mediat…
2 signals that stimulate B cells to ac…
T help cells deliver signals via
under certain conditions, although plasma cells have similar…
"naïve antigen-specific B cells cannot be activated by antige…
1) antigen binds to BCR... 2) co-stimulatory signal
CD40 ligand and cytokines
plasma cell differentiation
under certain conditions, although plasma cells have similar…
The "general rule" about B cell mediat…
"naïve antigen-specific B cells cannot be activated by antige…
12 terms
Immunology Lecture 17- Cell Mediated Immune Reactions
When you don't have a Thymus or T cell…
What are the 3 kinds of effector T cel…
For Naive vs Effector T cells, describ…
What are soluble components secreted b…
Digeorge Syndrome
TH1, TH2, CTL
high vs low, CD45RA vs CD45RO, low expression vs high, HEV in…
TH1: IL-2, IFN-gamma... TH2: IL-4, IL-5, IL-10... CTL: perforin, gr…
When you don't have a Thymus or T cell…
Digeorge Syndrome
What are the 3 kinds of effector T cel…
TH1, TH2, CTL
41 terms
Immunology, Chapter 9: T-cell Mediated Immunity
What is a naive T-cell, where does it…
How does the specific antigen encounte…
How do effector T-cells recognize anti…
List the 4 main subsets of CD4 T-cel…
Once T cells have completed their development in the thymus,…
Effector T-cells, unlike naive T cells, perform their functio…
The cells on which effector T cells act will be referred to a…
The main CD4 effector subsets currently distinguished are T H…
What is a naive T-cell, where does it…
Once T cells have completed their development in the thymus,…
How does the specific antigen encounte…
Effector T-cells, unlike naive T cells, perform their functio…
24 terms
Immunology - B-cell mediated immunity - antibody production
Case study:... A child male is getting r…
X-linking of antigen receptors is the…
Once it is linked, it triggers a signa…
Like the T-cells, B-cells also need a…
mhm
Cross-linking between bacteria and B-cell
kay
A B-cell co-receptor ... This can be done in many different ways
Case study:... A child male is getting r…
mhm
X-linking of antigen receptors is the…
Cross-linking between bacteria and B-cell
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