Medical Immunology (Exam III Material) Lecture 10

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Medical Immunology (Exam III Material) Lecture 10
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PHS 109: Medical Immunology Preventing Infection at Mucosal Surfaces Parham Ch. 10
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  1. What are three barriers to infection?
    • i. Physical (ex.: keratinized skin)
    • ii. Chemical (ex.: defensins)
    • iii. Microbiological (ex.: commensal flora)
  2. Name three difference in the innate vs the adaptive response.
    • i. Fast vs. slower
    • ii. General and constant receptors vs. specific and variable receptors
    • iii. No memory vs. immunological memory
  3. What are two main categories or components of innate immunity
    • i. Cellular (esp. macrophages and neutrophils)
    • ii. Humoral (esp. complement)
  4. What two functions serve for B-cell diversity?

    Which one of these two processes only occur in T-cells, where both occur in B-cells?
    1. Somatic Hypermutation and Somatic Recombination (recombination of VD&J)

    2. T-cells ONLY carry out somatic recombination.
  5. Distinguish between

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