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UTSGLMP299Y1allFall

LMP299Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Crystallography, Alanine, Acylation

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6 May 2014
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Lmp402 - fall 2013 - lecture 8: tlr4, lps. When infect with salmonella, and count number of surviving mice. Tlr4 surface expression requires md3 - fluo
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UTSGCSB353H1allFall

CSB353H1 Lecture Notes - Parasitism, Rhizobium, Microorganism

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6 May 2014
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Note the changes to syllabus there are two exams only; one for first half of semester"s content; one for last half of semester"s content; non-cumulativ
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UTSGIMM250H1allFall

IMM250H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Stromal Cell, Dn1, B Cell

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6 May 2014
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Dn -> isp cd8+ -> dp -> sp cd8+ or cd4+ Larger vessels located near and around cortical medullary junction. Hematopoietic progenitors can differentiate
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UTSGLMP299Y1allFall

LMP299Y1 Lecture Notes - Anthrax Toxin, Antxr2, Ion

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6 May 2014
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Pa - antxr - pa20 and pa63 - ef/lf. Pa binding restored by antxr1 cdna to cho-r1. 1 cdna also restores toxin sensitivity. Both are ubiquitously express
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UTSGIMM250H1allFall

IMM250H1 Lecture Notes - Nod Mice, Cd47, Haematopoiesis

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6 May 2014
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IMM250H1 Study Guide - Poisson Distribution, Cytotoxicity, Antigen

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6 May 2014
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LMP299Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Endothelium, Cell Adhesion Molecule, White Blood Cell

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6 May 2014
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Lmp402 - fall 2013 - lecture 9 - leukocyte emigration. Leukocyte emigration in postcapillary venules consists of a series of adhesive interactions betw
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UTSGIMM250H1allFall

IMM250H1 Lecture Notes - Methyl Cellulose, Ex Vivo, Cytokine

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6 May 2014
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Imm334 developmental immunology fall 2013 first lecture. Increase frequency of src by using limiting dilution assay intrafemoral injection and scid/nod
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UTSGLMP299Y1allFall

LMP299Y1 Lecture Notes - Neurodegeneration, Motor Neuron, Inclusion Bodies

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6 May 2014
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Each quiz is one percent ten quizzes, one per lecture five minutes on what was just heard. Midterm is worth 40% - only up to als lecture. Final exam is
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UTSGIMM250H1allFall

IMM250H1 Lecture Notes - Stem Cell, Basophil, Eosinophil

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6 May 2014
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Rate of production = rate of loss. Release on maturity, controlled by expression of cell surface adhesion molecules. Multiple assembly lines in marrow
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UTSGIMM250H1allFall

IMM250H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Yolk Sac, Lmo2, Haematopoiesis

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6 May 2014
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UTSGJLP315H1Ailis CournaneWinter

JLP315H1 Lecture Notes - Oneword, 18 Months, Lexical Item

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6 May 2014
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Development of more complex utterances more than one word, more complex words, functional words, grammatical marking. Order the utterances from earlies
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UTSGJLP315H1Ailis CournaneWinter

JLP315H1 Lecture Notes - Code-Switching

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6 May 2014
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Bilingualism is competence in two languages 4 areas of competency: comprehension, speaking, writing, and reading. Bilingual children differentiate in t
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UTSGJLP315H1Ailis CournaneWinter

JLP315H1 Lecture Notes - Childes, Markov Chain, Iconicity

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6 May 2014
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Something is guiding how children acquire language; all human infants exposed to language will automatically acquire the language of input; but do not
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UTSGJLP315H1Ailis CournaneWinter

JLP315H1 Lecture Notes - Lexical Item, Categorical Perception, Consonant Harmony

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6 May 2014
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Review the paper read introduction and conclusion then the middle. Question 3 major finding already reported in the literature cite the person that is
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UTSGANA300Y1allFall

ANA300Y1 Study Guide - Coronal Plane, Histology, Gross Anatomy

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6 May 2014
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Histology study of tissues; tissues are collections of cells that together perform a function. Can cut a specimen in different ways three basic planes
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UTSGJLP315H1Ailis CournaneWinter

JLP315H1 Lecture Notes - Phonological Deficit, Specific Language Impairment, Asperger Syndrome

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6 May 2014
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Specific language impairment no deficit in intelligence. No hearing disorder, no autism, no significant intelligence deficit generally affect small per
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UTSGJLP315H1Ailis CournaneWinter

JLP315H1 Lecture Notes - Infinitive, Ad Infinitum, Genitive Case

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6 May 2014
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Full repertoire of structures is mostly complete by four to five years. Expect simpler to be produced earlier; more advanced grammatical understanding
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UTSGPSL300H1allFall

PSL300H1 Lecture Notes - Sensory Processing, Optic Nerve, Cornea

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6 May 2014
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Psl study notes first professor tweed lecture 2013. Senses guide behaviour for survival and reproduction. Senses incomplete/ambiguous information, so b
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UTSGPSL300H1allFall

PSL300H1 Lecture Notes - Visual Angle, Rhodopsin, Retina

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6 May 2014
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Psl300 fall 2013 tweed 2nd lecture. Fovea is secondary visual angle, have 200 000 receptors per mm squared density. But in dim light, rods dark-adapt a
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UTSGJLP315H1Ailis CournaneWinter

JLP315H1 Lecture Notes - Phonological Development, Habituation, Metalinguistic Awareness

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6 May 2014
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Theory does not involve the collection of data not empirical but makes use of other findings to then evaluate the theory but can also come up with theo
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UTSGJLP315H1Ailis CournaneWinter

JLP315H1 Lecture Notes - Birds Eye View, Habituation, Natural Environment

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6 May 2014
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Infants learning to communicate, which is more broad than language can communicate with gestures, eye contact, etc. Infants being able to communicate p
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UTSGJLP315H1Ailis CournaneWinter

JLP315H1 Lecture Notes - Animal Communication, Cognitive Revolution, Environmental Factor

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UTSGJLP315H1Ailis CournaneWinter

JLP315H1 Lecture Notes - Mental Image, Morpheme, True Cross

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6 May 2014
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UTSGIMM250H1allFall

IMM250H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Yolk Sac, Lmo2, Hemangioblast

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12 Jan 2014
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IMM250H1 Lecture Notes - Cd38, Methyl Cellulose, Ex Vivo

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12 Jan 2014
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Imm334 developmental immunology fall 2013 first lecture. Increase frequency of src by using limiting dilution assay intrafemoral injection and scid/nod
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UTSGLMP299Y1allFall

LMP299Y1 Lecture Notes - Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation, Cytokine Storm, Robo4

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16 Dec 2013
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If appendix bursts bacteria toxin access to circulation; inflammatory cytokines important in initial phase of sepsis get access to circulation that"s w
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UTSGLMP299Y1allFall

LMP299Y1 Lecture Notes - C5-Convertase, Fibrin Degradation Product, Complement Component 3

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16 Dec 2013
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Should be able to see it at the site of inflammation. Inflammatory effects of this substance inhibited by antagonist or receptor antagonist. Prolonged
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UTSGLMP299Y1allFall

LMP299Y1 Lecture Notes - Myocardial Infarction, Opportunistic Infection, Pseudomonas Aeruginosa

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16 Dec 2013
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Symptoms of lymphoma; underwent treatment; as result of treatment, good response, mass disappeared; developed generalized nausea, vomiting; er visit, w
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UTSGLMP299Y1allFall

LMP299Y1 Lecture Notes - Knockout Mouse, Myd88, Innate Immune System

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16 Dec 2013
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Sharp drop and straight line 150 years ago equal likelihood of dying in twenties and sixties. Sixty percent of deaths due to infectious diseases. 5 to
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UTSGLMP299Y1allFall

LMP299Y1 Lecture Notes - Nod2, Nod1, Frameshift Mutation

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16 Dec 2013
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Recent research has identified key link between nod receptor and inflammatory disorders of. Nod proteins in mucosal defense against bacteria: implicati
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UTSGJAL328H1Danny HarveyFall

JAL328H1 Lecture Notes - Blackletter, Movable Type, Typography

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16 Dec 2013
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Quiz 3 is still in the process of being marked. Office hours times next tuesday - go pick up quizzes; but first make an appointment for the doodle. Ass
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UTSGJAL328H1Danny HarveyFall

JAL328H1 Lecture Notes - Prehistoric Egypt, Egyptian Language, Hieratic

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16 Dec 2013
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Half on history/culture; half on how the writing works (ie. logograms, phonograms, etc. ) Need to know: all three lectures; know how the scripts work.
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UTSGJAL328H1Danny HarveyFall

JAL328H1 Lecture Notes - Diego De Landa, Maya Civilization, Orthographic Depth

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16 Dec 2013
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Question 4 any instances of non-linearity question 3 is list all diacritics. There were three symbols for /n/ because it"s a deep orthography there cou
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UTSGJAL328H1Danny HarveyFall

JAL328H1 Lecture Notes - Elder Futhark, Younger Futhark, Pictish Stone

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16 Dec 2013
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Page 3 printing issues if the test had printing errors, what was done about it was noted. Matrices lectiones know for the final exam. Know two pieces o
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UTSGJAL328H1Danny HarveyFall

JAL328H1 Lecture Notes - Archaic Greek Alphabets, Proto-Sinaitic Script, Orthographic Depth

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16 Dec 2013
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Greek has vowels first time had consonants and vowels. Several greek scripts before classical greek around crete and cyprus. Crete is home to the minoa
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UTSGJAL328H1Danny HarveyFall

JAL328H1 Lecture Notes - Cherokee Syllabary, Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics, Katakana

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16 Dec 2013
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Right stop-sign is east kree, from northern quebec. North american scripts that are or have been in use in north america. Syllabics canadian everywhere
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UTSGJAL328H1Danny HarveyFall

JAL328H1 Lecture Notes - Proto-Sinaitic Script, Kharosthi, Inherent Vowel

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16 Dec 2013
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Indic script has huge variety spread from india over a huge area and philippines. Once reached an area, they made ichagnes to make the script th. Canno
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UTSGJAL328H1Danny HarveyFall

JAL328H1 Lecture Notes - Cylinder Seal, Uruk Period, Oracle Bone Script

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16 Dec 2013
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Cuneiform and mesopotamian writing from this point until the second to last class either looking at specific system or specific family of systems or re
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UTSGJAL328H1Danny HarveyFall

JAL328H1 Lecture Notes - Oracle Bone Script, Beijing Dialect, Oracle Bone

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16 Dec 2013
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Next quiz will be different asking to memorize writing system. Cangjie developed it off the top of his head; saw inspiration from animal tracts pigeon
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