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USYD SMP B1W8 2014 - Medically Important Parasites
List the major groups of medically imp…
Tell me about protozoa:... - What kind of…
Tell me about helminths?... - What kind o…
Parasite classification
Protazoa, helminths, arthopods, mites and lice.... [PHAML - par…
- Single celled eukaryotes that must live in the presence of…
- Large worm like organisms with complex body organisation.... -…
Go back over this thing
List the major groups of medically imp…
Protazoa, helminths, arthopods, mites and lice.... [PHAML - par…
Tell me about protozoa:... - What kind of…
- Single celled eukaryotes that must live in the presence of…
78 terms
USYD SMP B1W6 Infectious Diseases 4: Subcellular pathogens
What is a virus?
When were viruses visualised?
Which part of the virus is evolved and…
How do viruses reproduce?
Filterable, submicroscopic organic particles consisting of nu…
Only when the electron microsocope was invented. Was not visi…
The outer shell of the nucleic acid is very resistant. The in…
They cannot reproduce on their own, or generate their own ene…
What is a virus?
Filterable, submicroscopic organic particles consisting of nu…
When were viruses visualised?
Only when the electron microsocope was invented. Was not visi…
32 terms
USYD SMP B1W8 2014 - Medically Important Parasites
List the major groups of medically imp…
Tell me about protozoa:... - What kind of…
Tell me about helminths?... - What kind o…
Parasite classification
Protazoa, helminths, arthopods, mites and lice.... [PHAML - par…
- Single celled eukaryotes that must live in the presence of…
- Large worm like organisms with complex body organisation.... -…
Go back over this thing
List the major groups of medically imp…
Protazoa, helminths, arthopods, mites and lice.... [PHAML - par…
Tell me about protozoa:... - What kind of…
- Single celled eukaryotes that must live in the presence of…
39 terms
USYD SMP B1W5 Immunology 6: Activation of B cells in humoral immune responses
When do Naive B cells secrete antigen?
What are antibodies
Difference between membrane form and s…
What is the bifunction of antibody?
Only after it is activated into an antibody secreting cells
...
- Membrane bound form is stuck to the membrane... - Secreted fo…
- two functions:... 1. binding the antigen to antibody... 2. effe…
When do Naive B cells secrete antigen?
Only after it is activated into an antibody secreting cells
What are antibodies
...
80 terms
USYD SMP B1W3 Immunology 4: Activation of T lymphocytes in cell-mediated immune responses
What does a T cell do?
What is a cytokine ?
Where do cytokines come from?
What does a T cell need to be able to…
T cell keeps receptors and instead release cytokines, which b…
- Antigen-non specific effector molecules which influence oth…
Effector T cells
- MHC peptdie complex... - costimulatory signal... ..are not enou…
What does a T cell do?
T cell keeps receptors and instead release cytokines, which b…
What is a cytokine ?
- Antigen-non specific effector molecules which influence oth…
80 terms
USYD SMP B1W3 Immunology 4: Activation of T lymphocytes in cell-mediated immune responses
What does a T cell do?
What is a cytokine ?
Where do cytokines come from?
What does a T cell need to be able to…
T cell keeps receptors and instead release cytokines, which b…
- Antigen-non specific effector molecules which influence oth…
Effector T cells
- MHC peptdie complex... - costimulatory signal... ..are not enou…
What does a T cell do?
T cell keeps receptors and instead release cytokines, which b…
What is a cytokine ?
- Antigen-non specific effector molecules which influence oth…
80 terms
USYD SMP B1W3 Immunology 4: Activation of T lymphocytes in cell-mediated immune responses
What does a T cell do?
What is a cytokine ?
Where do cytokines come from?
What does a T cell need to be able to…
T cell keeps receptors and instead release cytokines, which b…
- Antigen-non specific effector molecules which influence oth…
Effector T cells
- MHC peptdie complex... - costimulatory signal... ..are not enou…
What does a T cell do?
T cell keeps receptors and instead release cytokines, which b…
What is a cytokine ?
- Antigen-non specific effector molecules which influence oth…
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USYD SMP B1W4 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…
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USYD SMP B1W6 BCS Infectious diseases and Immunology: Introduction to Virology
What two items can we identify to indi…
What does the titre process rely on?
What should we look for in a rapid dia…
What is restrospective identifictation?
1. The virus itself... 2. A rise in titre (at least four fold)…
Use of known viral culture of viral antigens. IgM antibodies…
The virus itself - the immunological response takes days depe…
Diagnosis of viral infections when the patient has usually re…
What two items can we identify to indi…
1. The virus itself... 2. A rise in titre (at least four fold)…
What does the titre process rely on?
Use of known viral culture of viral antigens. IgM antibodies…
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USYD SMP B1W7 Physiology 6: Growth and division of cells, the cell cycle
Cell growth
Proliferation
Cell proliferation intrinsic or extrin…
Karyoplasmic ratio
Describes increase in cell mass
Describes increase in cell number
Cell proliferation is intrinsic to cell growth
This is the ratio between estimated volume of the nucleus of…
Cell growth
Describes increase in cell mass
Proliferation
Describes increase in cell number
46 terms
USYD SMP B1W1 Immunology 2: Antigen capture and presentation 'What lymphocytes see'
How do lymphocytes acquire unique anti…
When does clonal expansion occur?
Why are secondary antigen responses fa…
Outline the phases of adaptive immune…
by random gene rearrangement during development
after the pathogen chooses the antigen receptor of a b-cell
- specific response... - memory cells
- antigen recognition... - lymphocyte activation ... > clonal expan…
How do lymphocytes acquire unique anti…
by random gene rearrangement during development
When does clonal expansion occur?
after the pathogen chooses the antigen receptor of a b-cell
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USYD SMP B1W1 Immunology 1: Ancient and Modern defences: an introduction to the Immune System
What are broad functions of the immune…
Immunity
Immune System
Immune response
- Recognition of foreign molecules (non-self): resitance to i…
Protection from infectious diseases
Cells and molecules responsible for recognition and eradicati…
integrated molecular and cellular host response stimulated by…
What are broad functions of the immune…
- Recognition of foreign molecules (non-self): resitance to i…
Immunity
Protection from infectious diseases
14 terms
T1W9 B2/2
Keduanya
Warga orang desa
lading
musim kemarau
both of them
villagers
a field
dry season
Keduanya
both of them
Warga orang desa
villagers
16 terms
T1W9 B1/2
Sesame
Menyebabkan
menimbulkan
sesuatu
fellow human being
to cause bab
to cause bul
something
Sesame
fellow human being
Menyebabkan
to cause bab
29 terms
USyd SMP Major Antibiotics
Classes inhibiting cell wall synthesis
Penicillin-B-Lactamase Inhibitors
Classes inhibiting protein synthesis
Classes Inhibiting Nucleic Acid synthe…
Beta-Lactams (penicillin, cephalosporins, carbopenems)... -bind…
Augmentin (Clavulonic Acid+Ampicillin)... Timentin (Clavulonic…
Aminoglycosides - cause premature release of polypeptide from…
Quinolones - preent DNA rep
Classes inhibiting cell wall synthesis
Beta-Lactams (penicillin, cephalosporins, carbopenems)... -bind…
Penicillin-B-Lactamase Inhibitors
Augmentin (Clavulonic Acid+Ampicillin)... Timentin (Clavulonic…
29 terms
USyd SMP Major Antibiotics
Classes inhibiting cell wall synthesis
Penicillin-B-Lactamase Inhibitors
Classes inhibiting protein synthesis
Classes Inhibiting Nucleic Acid synthe…
Beta-Lactams (penicillin, cephalosporins, carbopenems)... -bind…
Augmentin (Clavulonic Acid+Ampicillin)... Timentin (Clavulonic…
Aminoglycosides - cause premature release of polypeptide from…
Quinolones - prevent DNA replication
Classes inhibiting cell wall synthesis
Beta-Lactams (penicillin, cephalosporins, carbopenems)... -bind…
Penicillin-B-Lactamase Inhibitors
Augmentin (Clavulonic Acid+Ampicillin)... Timentin (Clavulonic…
30 terms
B1 Anatomy Spot Test - Intro to Anatomy
clavicle
stomach
right common iliac artery
pancreas
Name the structure marked A
Name the structure marked A
Name the structure marked B
Name the structure marked C
clavicle
Name the structure marked A
stomach
Name the structure marked A
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Immunology
LFA-1
ICAM-1
Cross-presentation
TNF
Major T cell integrin involved in binding to APCs. It is pres…
The ligand of LFA-1. It is present on APCs.
Dendritic cells will ingest an infected cell and present the…
Involved in inflammation. Includes TNF-beta or lymphotoxin-al…
LFA-1
Major T cell integrin involved in binding to APCs. It is pres…
ICAM-1
The ligand of LFA-1. It is present on APCs.
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1 - Scientific Method
Belief
Hypothesis
Scientific Theory
Scientific Fact
An opinion that does not require evidence, often based on soc…
A testable statement that predicts the effect of the independ…
A well substantiated explanation of the natural world, can in…
An objective observation that can be measured again and again…
Belief
An opinion that does not require evidence, often based on soc…
Hypothesis
A testable statement that predicts the effect of the independ…
21 terms
French Numbers 0-20
Zéro
Un
Deux
Trois
Zero
One
Two
Three
Zéro
Zero
Un
One
20 terms
Les trois petits cochons - Yr 8 - Section B -2
pas
anglais
je tombe
il se lève
not
English
I fall over
he gets up
pas
not
anglais
English
16 terms
Antibiotics-An introduction to antimicrobials
Penicillins
Cephalosporins
Carbapenems
Glycopeptides
MECHANISM: Disrupts bacteria cell wall, beta-lactum... SPECTRUM…
MECHANISM: Disrupts bacteria cell wall, beta-lactum... SPECTRUM…
MECHANISM: Beta-lactum... SPECTRUM OF ACTIVITY: Gram - rods incl…
MECHANISM: Disruption of cell wall, inhibits cross linking of…
Penicillins
MECHANISM: Disrupts bacteria cell wall, beta-lactum... SPECTRUM…
Cephalosporins
MECHANISM: Disrupts bacteria cell wall, beta-lactum... SPECTRUM…
Immunology Cytokines/Receptors Sources + Effects
E: IL-2
S: IL-2
E: IFN-y
S: IFN-y
T cells: proliferation and differentiation into... effector and…
T cells when TcR and costimulators activated.
Macrophages: classical activation (increased... microbicidal fun…
Th1, CD8+ T cells, NK cells
E: IL-2
T cells: proliferation and differentiation into... effector and…
S: IL-2
T cells when TcR and costimulators activated.
34 terms
Embryology
Oocyte
Zona pellucida
Acrosome
Zygote
Cell in the ovary that undergoes meiosis to form an ovum. At…
thick membrane that develops around oocyte within the ovarian…
Head-of-sperm. Here a reaction takes place where the sperm re…
The fertilised ovum before cleavage begins.
Oocyte
Cell in the ovary that undergoes meiosis to form an ovum. At…
Zona pellucida
thick membrane that develops around oocyte within the ovarian…
29 terms
SMP (2)
What form are the chorales in
How many times is 'Her' uttered in 'He…
what is the harmonic progression of 'E…
Describe the bass line in ebarme dich
Bar form
11
G-B7-E min
Walking bass-continually goes down
What form are the chorales in
Bar form
How many times is 'Her' uttered in 'He…
11
13 terms
scientific method study guide flashcards
observing
Inferring
Qualitative Observation
Quantitative Observation
using one or more of your senses to gather information
explaining or interpreting the things you observe
observation that deals with characteristics that cannot be ex…
An observation that deals with a number or amount
observing
using one or more of your senses to gather information
Inferring
explaining or interpreting the things you observe
36 terms
Geometry Chapter 1 - Basic Geometry
point
line
plane
collinear
has no size; only location
set of points; has length and extends forever
geometric figure that extends indefinitely in all directions
3 or more points on a line
point
has no size; only location
line
set of points; has length and extends forever
27 terms
SDL 10 - CVD/Hypertension
T
F
T
F (2/day for men, 1/day for women)
(T/F) 50-60% of hypertensive people will respond to a lower s…
(T/F) A typical patient who stops adding salt to her food at…
(T/F) A 9 kg (20 lb) weight loss in an overweight, hypertensi…
(T/F) A hypertensive patient must be restricted to less than…
T
(T/F) 50-60% of hypertensive people will respond to a lower s…
F
(T/F) A typical patient who stops adding salt to her food at…
55 terms
B12 & Iron Metabolism
What is the reduced form of iron calle…
What is the oxidized form of iron call…
What is the importance of transferrin…
What food products contain iron?
Fe (II) - ferrous iron... Binds normal Hb
Fe (III) - ferric iron... Binds met-Hb (cannot carry O2)
Tells us the iron status --- low = iron deficient
Meat, fish, beans, spinach.
What is the reduced form of iron calle…
Fe (II) - ferrous iron... Binds normal Hb
What is the oxidized form of iron call…
Fe (III) - ferric iron... Binds met-Hb (cannot carry O2)
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MIS 12
1) Unstructured decisions are novel an…
2) A structured decision can be made b…
3) Middle management tends to face mor…
4) Unstructured decision making is mos…
T
T
F
F
1) Unstructured decisions are novel an…
T
2) A structured decision can be made b…
T
30 terms
CEA - UNIT 17
T
T
T
F
Symmetric multiprocessors (SMPs) are one of the earliest, and…
The term SMP refers to a computer hardware architecture and a…
An attractive feature of an SMP is that the existence of mult…
The main drawback of the bus organization is reliability.
T
Symmetric multiprocessors (SMPs) are one of the earliest, and…
T
The term SMP refers to a computer hardware architecture and a…
27 terms
Blood Group and Transfusion Medicine
A deficiency in what enzyme will cause…
What does fucose transferase add to pr…
What enzyme adds the sugars that deter…
What sugar forms A type blood?
Fucose transferase
L-fucose
Galactosyl transferase
N-acetylgalactoasmine
A deficiency in what enzyme will cause…
Fucose transferase
What does fucose transferase add to pr…
L-fucose
20 terms
Amino Acids
Alanine
Valine
Leucine
Isoleucine
Alanine
Valine
10 terms
Bill of Rights
1st Amendment
2nd Amendment
3rd Amendment
4th Amendment
Guarantees the freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly a…
Guarantees the right to bear arms.
Prohibits the quartering of soldiers in homes in peacetime.
Prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures.
1st Amendment
Guarantees the freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly a…
2nd Amendment
Guarantees the right to bear arms.
100 terms
French Numbers 1-100
un
deux
trois
quatre
1
2
3
4
un
1
deux
2
1 of 1