BIO 203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Natural Killer Cell, Complement Component 3, Innate Immune System

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Pamp (carbs/proteins only found on bacteria (never on human cells; clump of antibodies) Antigens (specific) (8-12 aas on 1 bacterial species; 10 monosacch- arides on carbohydrate) No memory; response to a microbe is always the same speed and strength. Has memory; response to an antigen is faster and stronger the second time: card activity #1a. Nk cells only bind to virus-infected cells or cancer cells, not (dead) bacteria. Complement causes cells to lyse; but no interferons b/c interferons are for viruses. Point temperature that is mediated by pyrogens, not histamine: the concentration of protein in the interstitial fluid of an inflamed area is often higher than the protein concentration of the interstitial fluid in non-inflamed area, card activity #1b. In one sentence, describe the adaptive immune response to the bubonic plague vaccine you receive. Describe your adaptive immune response to the antigen (compared to your response to the vaccine) in another sentence. Receptor found on cell what does the receptor.

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