Recombinant cytokines and clinical use
#1. Aldesleukin (IL-2) - Renal cell carcinoma, metastatic melanoma #2. Epoetin alfa (erythropoietin) - Anemias (especially in renal failure) #3. Filgrastim (G-CSF) - Recovery of bone marrow #4. Sar...
Garyvanlue|5 years ago|±0|11 views
Immunology- Understanding Vaccines NIH Reading
#1. virus - very small microbe that does not consist of cells but is made up of a small amount of genetic material surrounded by a membrane or protein shell. they cannot reproduce by themselves. ...
robinsonje|4 years ago|±0|21 views
Immunology chapter 1
Elements of the immune system and their roles in defense
Alex0524|6 years ago|±0|372 views
Immunology Lecture 3
#1. Lymphocyte circulation in blood - 30 min in blood; go to spleen for 5 hrs --> 42% go to lympoid organs for 12 hrs --> so can make trip twice each day 10% go to 3' lympoid organs by crossing endot...
bhvoth|9 years ago|±0|87 views
#1. IL-1, IL-6, IL-8,IL-12, TNF-alpha - Secreted by macrophages #2. IL-3 - Secreted by all T cells #3. IL-2, Interferon-gamma. - From TH1 #4. IL-4, IL-5, IL-10 - From TH2 #5. IL-1 - endogenous py...
militzalozada|10 years ago|+1|111 views
#1. Burton's agammaglobulinemia - X-linked recessivem defect in BTK, a thyrosine kinase gene--> blocks pro B cells from forming preBcells -opsonization defect Presentation -Recurrent bacterial infect...
militzalozada|10 years ago|±0|34 views
HLA associated with Diseases
#1. HLA A3 - Hemochromatosis #2. HLA B27 - Psoriasis, Ankylosin spondylitis, IBS, Reiter's Syndrome #3. HLA B8 - Grave's disease #4. HLA DR2 - MS, hay fever, SLE, Goodpasture's #5. HLA DR3 - DM I...
militzalozada|10 years ago|±0|42 views
#1. Cyclosporine - MECH: binds to cyclophilins. block differentiation and activation of T cells by inhibiting calcineurin, thus preventing the production of IL-2 and its receptor Clinical USE: supres...
militzalozada|10 years ago|±0|23 views
#1. Antinuclear antibodies - SLE #2. Anti-double straned DNA, anti histamine - SLE #3. Anti histone - Drug induced lupus #4. Anti IgG - Rheumatoid Arthritis #5. Anticentromere - Scleroderma (CRES...
militzalozada|10 years ago|±0|40 views
BIO 225 Unit 3
#1. Pathology - The Study of Disease #2. Pathogen - Infectious agent #3. Pathogenesis - The development of the disease #4. Etiology - The study of the cause of the disease #5. Infection - Coloniz...
torreyana|10 years ago|±0|111 views
covering innate and adaptive immune responses and immune system failure
Mitchell_Darnell|5 years ago|±0|20 views
#1. T cells develop in the - thymus #2. Mature T cells leave the thymus and travel to the - secondary lymphoid tissues #3. The cortex of the thymus consits of - immature thymocytes branched co...
ednalznd|6 years ago|±0|125 views
#1. A parasitic organism - is one that lives at expense of its host; any organism that causes disease is a parasite #2. Infection - the state occurring when a parasite is growing and multiplying o...
ednalznd|6 years ago|±0|373 views