Week 1 Immune Response

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Week 1 Immune Response
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2013-02-17 13:37:00
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Immune Responses
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Primary & Secondary Immune Response
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  1. What is the lab phase for Primary Immune Response?
    • No detectable antibody during this time:
    • days to months - Average is 3-4weeks
  2. What antibody is produced during the Primary Immune Response?
    IgM
  3. What antibody is produced during the Anamnestic Immune Response?
    Presence of memory cells result in IgG being the prominent immunoglobulin

    note: less antigen exposure needed for response
  4. What is the lag phase for Anamnestic Immune Response?
    Detectable antibody within hours. Usually 1-2 days.
  5. What is APC?
    Anitgen Presenting Cells
  6. 70% of people have anti-Jka & 23% have anti-E. What is the percentage of finding antigen negative for both Jka and E?
    .70x.23=.21

    So, 21%

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