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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Martin StampfliFall

HTHSCI 3I03- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 88 pages long!)

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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Martin StampfliFall

HTHSCI 3I03- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 88 pages long!)

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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Martin StampfliFall

HTH SCI 3I03 Midterm: Adaptive Immunity Study Notes

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Differ by their heavy chains: alpha/beta receptors -- most common, alpha - vj recombination (vaj, beta - vdj recombination, gamma/delta receptors. Dete
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Martin StampfliFall

HTH SCI 3I03 Midterm: Innate Immunity Midterm Study Notes

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Possessed by all metazoans, immediate response, no memory, broad specificity. Prrs are receptors with a very limited repertoire. Prevents attachment or
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Martin StampfliFall

HTHSCI 3I03 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: B-Cell Receptor, Ralph M. Steinman, Mucociliary Clearance

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MCMASTERHTHSCI 4NR3Lynn MilesWinter

HTHSCI 4NR3 Lecture 2: practice questions

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B: when the researcher"s rights conflicts with the requirements of the study, when the participant"s rights conflicts with the requirements of the stud
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 4NR3Lynn MilesWinter

HTHSCI 4NR3 Lecture 3: practice questions

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13 Feb 2019
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D: various data analysis as the project unfolds, refers to flexible and holistic approach of qualitative researchs, refers to various data collection m
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3BB3Dr. McCurdyFall

HTHSCI 3BB3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Diabetes Canada, Heart Failure, Mediterranean Diet

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15 Dec 2018
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3bb3 class 8 lecture 2 practice ques. T or f about t2d: onset is often 40 years of age . t, most dx is found at the optometrist due to vascular damage
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3BB3Dr. McCurdyFall

HTHSCI 3BB3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Metallothionein, Transferrin, Myoglobin

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15 Dec 2018
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3bb3 class 7 lecture 1 practice ques. Heme or ferrous non-heme is converted into ______ form, then absorbed by ____-containing protein in mucosal cells
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 1G03Henry SkechtmanFall

HTHSCI 1G03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Perception, Hallucination, Exaggeration

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21 Nov 2018
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Identify the normal system that if dysfunctional could result in ocd: exaggeration of normal. Symptoms of ocd are in a certain manner the "opposite" of
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3BB3Dr. McCurdyFall

HTHSCI 3BB3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Calorie Restriction, Bone Density, Oxidative Stress

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12 Nov 2018
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3bb3 class 8 lecture 1 practice questions. a: iron, zinc, calcium, vitamin d. Fill in the blanks . . . a, b12 and folate, 12, 70, 30. Boys and girls ag
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3BB3Dr. McCurdyFall

HTHSCI 3BB3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Bran, Dietary Fiber, Nutrient Density

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16 Oct 2018
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3bb3 class 3 lecture 1 carbohydrates. Why is the rda for carbohydrates 13g/day? (hint: relate it to the brain) In their natural forms, veggies and grai
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3BB3Dr. McCurdyFall

HTHSCI 3BB3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Cardiac Arrhythmia, Dementia, Constipation

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15 Oct 2018
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3bb3 class 5 lecture 1 water & electrolytes: regulates body temp, acts as a solvent, transport, lubricate like in synovial fluid, absorption, chemical
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3BB3Dr. McCurdyFall

HTHSCI 3BB3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Intrinsic Factor, Megaloblastic Anemia, Scurvy

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15 Oct 2018
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3bb3 class 5 lecture 2 ws vitamins. Ans: b; they do enter in provitamin form but need to be converted into active form. Ans: c; many conversions occur
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 1H06 BPeter HelliWinter

HTHSCI 1H06 B Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Interatrial Septum, Truncus Arteriosus, Cyanosis

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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Martin StampfliFall

HTHSCI 3I03 Lecture 1: Intro to Immunology

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4 Feb 2018
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Always an interaction between mankind and infectious disease. A system that maintains homeostasis, protects against outside and inside. If cells are dy
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Martin StampfliFall

HTHSCI 3I03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Memory T Cell, Bone Marrow, Progenitor Cell

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4 Feb 2018
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Kathleen MartinFall

HTHSCI 3I03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Immunodeficiency, Lymphocytopenia, Virome

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Derek has kostmann syndrome: deficiency in neutrophils: bone marrow fails to produce neutrophils to fight infections, so prone to life-threatening infe
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Martin StampfliFall

HTHSCI 3I03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cytotoxic T Cell, Adaptive Immune System, Natural Killer Cell

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4 Feb 2018
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Jonathan BramsonWinter

HTHSCI 3I03 Lecture Notes - Immunoglobulin Class Switching, Somatic Hypermutation, Cd154

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16 Mar 2013
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T-cell help= causes somatic hypermutation (affinity maturation) and isotype switching. Going to get plasma cells or memory cells (i. e. maturation) fol
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Martin StampfliFall

HTHSCI 3I03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: T Helper Cell, Dendritic Cell, Cytokine

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12 Dec 2018
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We have resting dendritic cells in the skin resting waiting for action and danger signals: when they perceive danger, they move to a draining lymphatic
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Martin StampfliFall

HTHSCI 3I03 Lecture 5: Innate Immunity II

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4 Feb 2018
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There are many innate immune cells and molecules under the epithelium of skin and mucosal surfaces. The innate immune cells and molecules have the abil
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Martin StampfliFall

HTHSCI 3I03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: High Endothelial Venules, Lymph Node, Viral Disease

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4 Feb 2018
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Cd8 and cd4 are co-receptors that are required for optimal interaction of tcr with. Cd8 binds alpha3 domain of mhc class 1: target cell. Cd4 binds the
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Martin StampfliFall

HTHSCI 3I03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Antigen-Presenting Cell, Signal Peptide, Adaptive Immune System

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4 Feb 2018
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Very little difference between this place and an antigen presenting cell. Apc displays small fragments (peptides) of what is around in the local enviro
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Jonathan BramsonFall

HTHSCI 3I03 Lecture Notes - Adaptive Immune System, Innate Immune System, Gnathostomata

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16 Oct 2013
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The first lines of defense (barriers to infection) Pathogen recognized by receptors (prrs) encoded in the germ line. Receptors are b-cell (bcr) and t-c
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Jonathan BramsonFall

HTHSCI 3I03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7-8: Noncoding Dna, Immunoglobulin Light Chain, Sequence Motif

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24 Mar 2015
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We know that pathogen recognition in adaptive immunity requires antigen-specific receptors to recognize particular structures of a given pathogen. T an
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Jonathan BramsonWinter

HTHSCI 3I03 Chapter Notes -Classical Complement Pathway, Immunoglobulin M, Bile Acid

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Two intrinsic barriers that could prevent the pathogen from causing infection in the gi tract would be both physical and chemical barriers. When enteri
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Jonathan BramsonFall

HTHSCI 3I03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Immunoglobulin Superfamily, Cytotoxic T Cell, Adaptive Immune System

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24 Mar 2015
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Local inflammation is central to innate immunity and the initiative of adaptive immune responses. Local inflammation is essential to successful vaccina
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Jonathan BramsonFall

HTHSCI 3I03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10-12: Immunoglobulin Heavy Chain, Complementarity-Determining Region, Immunoglobulin Light Chain

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24 Mar 2015
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Antibodies can neutralize bacterial toxins (do not need to involve wbcs) Antibodies can opsonize (or tag) bacteria in the extracellular space for phago
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Jonathan BramsonFall

HTHSCI 3I03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Thymocyte, Bone Marrow, Mhc Restriction

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24 Mar 2015
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The thymus is divided into 4 regions (from top to bottom): the subcapsular region, the cortex, the cortico-medullary junction, and the medulla. Cells o
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Jonathan BramsonFall

HTHSCI 3I03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Adaptive Immune System, Innate Immune System, Humoral Immunity

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24 Mar 2015
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Both the innate and adaptive immune systems can distinguish between self and non- self, but they do so in different ways. Innate immunity relies on a l
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Jonathan BramsonWinter

HTHSCI 3I03 Chapter Notes -Immunoglobulin Class Switching, Lymphatic Vessel, Fc Receptor

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16 Mar 2013
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Neutralization, opsonization, mediates nk cell killing (adcc) and classical complement activation. Ab= can also activate your mast cells crosslinks mas
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Jonathan BramsonFall

HTHSCI 3I03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Pattern Recognition Receptor, Nalp3, Caspase 1

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(4) innate immunity iii: pathogen recognition and induction of innate. The innate immune system seeks out danger signals, which can be external (pamps)
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Jonathan BramsonFall

HTHSCI 3I03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4-6: Mhc Class Ii, Mhc Class I, Tapasin

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24 Mar 2015
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MCMASTERHTHSCI 3I03Jonathan BramsonFall

HTHSCI 3I03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Natural Killer Cell, Hematopoietic Stem Cell, Innate Immune System

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