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  1. Anthrax
    -Pathogen name:
    -disease name:
    -type of pathogen:
    • -Pathogen name:bacillus anthoracis
    • -disease name: anthrax
    • -type of pathogen: bacteria
  2. Strep
    -Pathogen name:
    -disease name:
    -type of pathogen:
    • -Pathogen name:streptococcus pyogenes
    • -disease name: strep throat etc.
    • -type of pathogen: bacteria
  3. typical pneumonia,
    -Pathogen name, disease name, type of pathogen:
    • -Pathogen name:streptococcus pneumoniae
    • -disease name: typical pneumonia
    • -type of pathogen: bacteria
  4. atypical pneumonia: Pathogen name, disease name, type of pathogen?
    • Pathogen name: mycoplasma pneumoniae
    • -disease name: atypical pneumonia
    • -type of pathogen: bacteria
  5. Tuberculosis: Pathogen name, disease name, type of pathogen?
    • Pathogen name: mycobacterium tuberculosis
    • disease name: Tuberculosis
    • type of pathogen: bacteria
  6. lyme disease
    Pathogen name, disease name, type of pathogen?
    • Pathogen name:borrelia burgdorferi  disease name: lyme disease
    • type of pathogen: bacteria
  7. chlamydia: Pathogen name, disease name, type of pathogen?
    • Pathogen name: chlamydia trachomotis disease name: chlamydia
    • type of pathogen: bacteria
  8. Thrush: Pathogen name, disease name, type of pathogen?
    Pathogen name: candida albicans disease name: thrush, yeast infection type of pathogen:fungus
  9. Crptococcosis: Pathogen name, disease name, type of pathogen?
    • Pathogen name: cryptococcus neoformans
    • disease name: cryptococcus
    • type of pathogen: fungus
  10. athlete's foot: Pathogen name, disease names, type of pathogen
    • Pathogen name: Trichophyton rubrum disease names: jock itch, ringworm, athletes foot.
    • type of pathogen: fungus
  11. malaria: pathogen name, disease name, type of pathogen
    • pathogen name: plasmodium spp disease name: malaria
    • type of pathogen: protist
  12. toxoplasmosis: pathogen name, disease name, type of pathogen
    • pathogen name: toxoplasmosis gandii disease name: toxoplasmosis
    • type of pathogen: protist
  13. Giardiasis:pathogen name, disease name, type of pathogen
    • pathogen name: Giardia intestinalis disease name: giardia
    • type of pathogen: Protist
  14. In T cell activation, if the cell presenting the antigen is any cell of the body, list the following: 
    -MHC I or MHC II
    -Endogenous or Exogenous Ag.
    -Which T cell receptor is it
    This means it's MHC I, Endogenous, CD8+ T cell.
  15. In T cell activation, if the cell presenting the antigen is an APC, the following is most likely: 
    -MHC I or MHC II-Endogenous or Exogenous Ag.-Which T cell receptor is it
    A MHC II, exogenous Ag, CD4+T cell.
  16. 4 APC's
    Neutrophils, B cells, macrophages, dendritic cells.
  17. What are effector cells, and what do they do:
    • CD4+ T cells, & CD+8 T cels.
    • CD4+: activate B& CD8 T cells
    • CD8+T cells destroy infected & abnormal cells.
  18. What WBC has granulocytes
    neutrophils use granulocytes to secret enzymes out onto pathogens to chop them into Ags.
  19. What's a phagosome?
    • It's the little circle that carries the Antigen Ag into the phagocyte. 
    • enzymes in lysosomes that fuse with the phagosome to chop the pathogen into Ag's.
  20. what are Constant Fragments job
    • 1)to determine the Immunoglobulin class.
    • 2)Prevents pathogen binding by variable regions attaching to pathogen.
    • 3)allows phagocytosis or granulation
  21. The FC region of IgE Ab's allows for what?
    degranulation by binding to the IgE Fc receptor.  Process releases Histamines.
  22. the FC region of IgG Ab's allow for what?
    phagocytosis by binding to the IgG Ab's receptor.
  23. Where do antibodies come from?
    Immunoglobulins are antibodoes (5 types) that are produced by plasma cells (activated B cells).
  24. 4 types of vaccines
    • 1) Inactivated: dead
    • 2) attenuated: weakened
    • 3) toxoid: against toxins
    • 4) Subunit/conjugate/genetically engineered: pieces of pathogens combined w/other molecules/organisms.
  25. other names for genetically engineered vaccines, and how are they work
    • Subunit/conjugate.
    • pieces of pathogens combined w/other molecules/organisms.

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