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Microbiology
Chapter 17
Power Point notes Fall 2012
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-Dual Nature of Adaptive Immunity-

The dual nature of Adaptive immunity consists of...

T&B cells develop from stem cells in red bone marrow.

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-Dual Nature of Adaptive Immunity-

Humoral immunity:

* Due to anibodies

* B cells mature in the bone marrow
-Chickens; bursa of fabricius

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-Dual Nature of Adaptive Immunity-

Cellular immunity:

* Due to Tcells

*T cells mature in the thymus

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Where do T cells mature?

Thymus

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Where do B cells mature?

In bone marrow

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-Nature of Antigens-

Antigen (Ag):

a substance that causes the body to produce specific antibodies or sensitized T cells.

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-Nature of Antigens-

Hapten:

Antigen is combined w/carrier molecules.

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-The Nature of Antibodies-

Globular proteins called-

immunoglobulins

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-The Nature of Antibodies-

The number of _____-________ determines _______

antigen-binding sites / valence

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-IgG Antibodies-

IgG Ab:

* Monomer
* 80% of serum antibodies
* Cross placenta
* Enhance phagocytosis; neutralize toxins & viruses; protect fetus & newborn

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-IgM Antibodies-

IgM Ab:

* Pentamer
* Agglutinate microbes; first Ab produced in response to infection.

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-IgA Antibodies-

IgA Ab:

* Dimer
* In secretions
* Mucosal protection

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-IgD Antibodies-

IgD Ab:

* Monomer
* On B cells, inititate immune response

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-IgE Antibodies-

IgE Ab:

* Monomer
* On mast cells, on basophils, and in blood
* Allergic reactions; lysis of parasitic worms

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~Select the correct Antibody molecule (IgG, IgM, etc)~
*
DIMER-

IgA Ab

*

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~Select the correct Antibody molecule (IgG, IgM, etc)~

PENTAMER & Agglutinates microbes; first Ab produced in response to infection.

IgM Ab

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~Select the correct Antibody molecule (IgG, IgM, etc)~

CROSSES PLACENTA & neutralized toxins & viruses; protects fetus & newborn.

IgG Ab

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~Select the correct Antibody molecule (IgG, IgM, etc)~

Is IN SECRECTIONS & FUNCTIONS IN MUCOSAL PROTECTION

IgA Ab

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~Select the correct Antibody molecule (IgG, IgM, etc)~

MONOMER

IgG, IgD, IgE Ab's

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~Select the correct Antibody molecule (IgG, IgM, etc)~
*
On mast cells, basophils & in blood?

IgE Ab

*

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~Select the correct Antibody molecule (IgG, IgM, etc)~

On B cells, initiate immune response

IgD Ab

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~Select the correct Antibody molecule (IgG, IgM, etc)~

Allergic reactions; lysis of parasitic worms

IgE Ab

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-Activation of B cells-

MHC stands for?

Major histocompatibility complex

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-Activation of B cells-

Where is MHC expressed?

mammalian cells

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-Activation of B cells-

T-dependent antigens:

* Ag presented w/(self) MHC to TH(H-subscript) cells

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-Activation of B cells-

T-dependent antigens:

*TH(H=subscript) cell produces cytokines that activate the B cell

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-Activation of B cells-

B cells differentiate into:

* Antibody-producing PLASMA CELLS & MEMORY CELLS

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-Activation of B cells-

Clonal deletion:

eliminates harmful B cells

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-Antigen-Antibody Binding-

1. Agglutination
2. Opsonization
3. Activation of complement
4. Antibody-dependent cell mediated cytotoxicity
5. Neutralization

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WHAT DO THESE REPRESENT?

1. Agglutination
2. Opsonization
3. Activation of complement
4. Antibody-dependent cell mediated cytotoxicity
5. Neutralization

-Antigen-Antibody Binding-

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-T Cells & Cellular Immunity-

T cells mature in the

thymus

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-T Cells & Cellular Immunity-

Thymic selection eliminates many

immature T cells

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-T Cells & Cellular Immunity-

T cells respond to Ag by

T-cell receptors (TCRs)

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What does TCR stand for?

T-cell receptors

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-T Cells & Cellular Immunity-

T cells require

antigen-presenting cells (APCs)

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What does APC stand for?

antigen-presenting cells

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-T Cells & Cellular Immunity-

Pathogens entering the gastrointestinal or respiratory tracts pass through:

* M (MICROFOLD)CELLS over
* PEYER'S PATCHES, which contain APCs

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-T Helper Cells-

CD4+ or TH(H=subscript) cells

TCRs recognize Ags & MHCII on APC

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-T Helper Cells-

TH(h=subscript) cells produce cytokines & differentiate into:

1. TH1 cells
2. TH2 cells
3. TH17 cells
4. MEMORY CELLS

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-T Helper Cells-

TH1 produce IFN-y(gamma symbol), which activaties cells related to

cell-mediated immunity, macrophages & Abs

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-T Helper Cells-

TH2 activate

Eosinophils & B cells to produce IgE

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-T Helper Cells-

TH17 stimulate the

innate immune system

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What T helper cell activates eosinophils & B cells to produce IgE?

TH2

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What T helper cell activates cells related to cell-mediated immunity, macrophages & Abs?

TH1

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What T helper cell stimulate the innate immune system?

TH17

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-T Cytotoxic Cells-

CD8+ or Tc(subscript) cells

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-T Cytotoxic Cells-

Target cells are self-cells carrying

endogenous antigens

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-T Cytotoxic Cells-

Activated in cytotoxic T lymphocytes (CTLs)

* CTLs recognize Ag + MHCI

* Induce apoptosis in target cells

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-T Cytotoxic Cells-

CTL releases

perforin & granzymes

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-T Regulatory Cells-

Treg cells:

* CD4 & CD25 on surface

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-T Regulatory Cells-

Suppress T cells against self

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-Antigen-Presenting Cells-

Ag fragments on APC surface w/MHC:

* B cells
* Dendritic cells
* Activated macrophages

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-Natuaral Killer (NK)Cells-

1

* Granular leukocytes destroy cells that don't express MHC I

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-Natuaral Killer (NK)Cells-

2

** Kill virus-infected & tumor cells

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-Natuaral Killer (NK)Cells-

3

*** Attack parasites

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-ADCC-

* Antibody-dependent cell-mediated cytotoxicity

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-Cytokines-

Overproduction leads to

* cytokine storm

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-Immunological Memory-

Antibody titer:

is the amount of Ab in serum

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-Immunological Memory-

Primary response:

occurs after initial contact with Ag

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-Immunological Memory-

Secondary (memory or anamnestic) response:

occurs after second exposure

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-Types of Adaptive Immunity-

Naturally acquired active immunity:

Ag resulting from INFECTION

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-Types of Adaptive Immunity-

Naturally acquired passive immunity:

Ab resulting from transplacental or via colostrum

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-Types of Adaptive Immunity-

Artificially acquired active immunity:

Injection of Ag (vaccination)

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-Types of Adaptive Immunity-

Artificially acquired passive immunity:

Injection of Ab

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-Termionlogy of Adaptive Immunity-

SEROLOGY:

The study of reactions between antibodies & antigens

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-Termionlogy of Adaptive Immunity-

ANTISERUM:

The generic term for serum because it contains Ab

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-Termionlogy of Adaptive Immunity-

GLOBULINS:

Serum proteins

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-Termionlogy of Adaptive Immunity-

IMMUNOGLOBULINS:

Antibodies

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-Termionlogy of Adaptive Immunity-

GAMMA (y) GLOBULIN:

Serum fraction containing Ab

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