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UTSGIMM250H1Victor BaracFall

IMM250H1 Study Guide - Antigen Presentation, Signal Transduction, Cell Signaling

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Restricted to cd4+ (helper) and cd8+ (killer) t lymphocytes. Antigen binding domain also contains 2 cdrs. Cdr1 and cdr2 contact mhc receptors on anothe
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UTSGIMM250H1Victor BaracFall

IMM250H1 Study Guide - Innate Immune System, Lectin, Neutrophil

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In blood in early phase of immune response. Interleukin 1 and 6 (il-1, il-6) : causes body temperature, inflammation. Clots bvs downstream of injury so
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UTSGIMM250H1Victor BaracFall

IMM250H1 Chapter Notes -Lck, Tyrosine, Integrin

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3 Feb 2013
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When a t cell meets an antigen presenting cell You need lots of tcrs engaging mhcs to get a signal need smac composed of Tcrs and co-receptors to clust
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UTSGIMM250H1Victor BaracFall

IMM250H1 Study Guide - Rag1, Immunoglobulin M, Antigen

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3 Feb 2013
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Mhc diversity is in the population lots in pop"l, individual only expresses 6. Tcr / ig diversity is in each individual somatic recombination. Produced
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UTSGIMM250H1Victor BaracFall

IMM250H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mhc Class I, Histocompatibility, Cell-Mediated Immunity

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UTSGIMM250H1Victor BaracFall

IMM250H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Antigen, Leucine, B-Cell Receptor

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UTSGIMM250H1Victor BaracFall

IMM250H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Endosome, Tap1, Antigen Processing

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3 Feb 2013
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Proteins from pathogens are cleaved into peptides. Mhc presents peptide to naive t cells. T cells mature and start immune response. T cells only recogn
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UTSGIMM250H1Victor BaracFall

IMM250H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cytotoxicity, Blood Plasma, Complement System

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3 Feb 2013
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Very unusual for hydrophobic transmembrane b/c they are +vely charged: should disrupt ability to stay in membrane. But, exist for an important reason (
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UTSGTRN125Y1Kenneth LamFall

TRN125Y1 Lecture Notes - Antigen, Reabsorption, Mononuclear Phagocyte System

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3 Feb 2013
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T/f heart failure occurs more in men than women. T/f right sided heart failure rarely occurs by itself. T/f when you press on the abdomen, a positive r
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UTSGTRN125Y1Kenneth LamFall

TRN125Y1 Study Guide - Portal Hypertension, Hepatic Veins, Nephrotoxicity

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3 Feb 2013
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T/f heart failure occurs more in men than women. T/f right sided heart failure rarely occurs by itself. T/f when you press on the abdomen, a positive r
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UTSGBIO120H1Kenneth WelchFall

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Horse Length

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3 Feb 2013
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* lamina fusca: lamina cribrosa, canal of schlemm, embryological development of the sclera. #. &83,)a-/(cid:206)4 s r e d n u a. 2 l a t e n e h. Niche
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UTSGENG240Y1Kenneth LamSummer

ENG240Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Gq

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Centuries ago, essence was an undeniable term since it was supported by the divine certitude of god, and existence simply served the function to help u
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UTSGPHL205H1Ronaldde SousaWinter

age of anxiety

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If you can"t doubt it, then you don"t need faith to believe in it so the argument between doubt and belief is that belief is the dialogue with what you
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UTSGENG240Y1Kenneth LamFall

ENG240Y1 Lecture Notes - Serah, Miguel Street

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Waiting is an awareness of being brought on by an absence of doing it"s unbearable age of depression after age of anxiety. We used to belive essence or
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UTSGENG240Y1Kenneth LamFall

ENG240Y1 Study Guide - Otto Plath, Everytime, Sylvia Plath

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UTSCSOCB50H3J.HemerFall

SOCB50H3 Lecture Notes - Trailer Park, Aboriginal Peoples In Canada, Major Force

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9 May 2012
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Bombing of hiroshima divided the twentieth century into two distinct periods: period before hiroshima the era of naive optimism. During that time, tech
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UTSCSOCB50H3J.HemerFall

SOCB50H3 Lecture Notes - Male Unemployment, Mass Media, Conflict Theories

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UTSCSOCB50H3J.HemerWinter

SOCB50H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Ruhollah Khomeini, Fundamentalism, Dalton Mcguinty

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9 May 2012
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Religion helps us cope with the fact that we must die. Durkheim: highlighted the way religion contributes to social order: collective effervescence: ex
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UTSCSOCB50H3J.HemerFall

SOCB50H3 Lecture Notes - Symbolic Interactionism, Randall Collins, Intelligence Quotient

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9 May 2012
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Recognized as a turning point in quebec history. Bill 101: makes french the language of public administration: children of immigrants will receive educ
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UTSCBIOC54H3Kamini PersaudWinter

BIOC54H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Truancy, Heritability, Selective Breeding

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-example: you see different types (sized differently ) of guppy in the upstream and downstream. -example 2: xenophobia( rejection of same specices, eve
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UTSCBIOC54H3Kamini PersaudWinter

BIOC54H3 Lecture Notes - Fisherian Runaway, Genetic Variation

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UTSCBIOC54H3Kamini PersaudWinter

BIOC54H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Selective Breeding, Bluegill, Operational Sex Ratio

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UTSCBIOC54H3Kamini PersaudWinter

BIOC54H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cultural Learning, Data Visualization, Batesian Mimicry

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William s principal: investment int eh present comes at the cost of investment in thef ture. Mother in higher social rank moir likely to have sons. Any
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UTSCBIOC54H3Kamini PersaudWinter

BIOC54H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Adaptationism, Pleiotropy, Coevolution

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Altruism: self-sacrificing behavior where an individual permanently loses opportunities to produce offspring of its own because it helped another. Poss
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UTSCBIOC54H3Kamini PersaudWinter

BIOC54H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Polygyny Threshold Model, Lek Mating, Scramble Competition

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Nature or nurture fallacy : no trait is purely genetic. Environmental signals have an influence on all traits. Neither genotype nor environment is more
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UTSCBIOC54H3Kamini PersaudWinter

BIOC54H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cowbird, Superb Fairywren, Paternal Care

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Cost-benefit analysis of parental care: parental care needed to enhance survival of offspring but dangers to the parents also exist (eg. predators). Ma
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UTSCSOCB44H3John HanniganFall

SOCB44H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Technological Determinism, Mount Pinatubo, Cultural Capital

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UTSCSOCA01H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

SOCA01H3 Lecture Notes - Sexual Predator, Shinto, Order Of The Solar Temple

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8 May 2012
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Sociology looks at the social impact of religious ideas & historical this impact has been profound. Max weber asked what impact does religion have on s
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UTSCSOCB44H3John HanniganFall

Sociology Key Terms.docx

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UTSCSOCB44H3John HanniganFall

SOCB44H3 Lecture Notes - Labeling Theory, Cesare Lombroso, Differential Association

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8 May 2012
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No real good cause: have the right to defend yourselves , ubt government are weak, highlited by theory that. Ppl try to defend themselves, but got arre
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UTSCSOCC04H3Sheldon UngarWinter

SOCC04H3 Lecture Notes - Infor

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The spirit of capitalism: a connection between religion and social change, as religions changing society, it reshapes other institutions, namely, the e
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UTSCSOCC04H3Sheldon UngarWinter

SOCC04H3 Lecture Notes - Substance Abuse, Black Market, Philippe Bourgois

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Chapter 50: civilize them with a stick mary crow dog. Nation"s policies toward native americans: separation of indian children from their families and
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UTSCBIOB32H3Kenneth LamWinter

BIOB32H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Gastrocnemius Muscle, Sciatic Nerve, Taste Receptor

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Short answer: compare and contrast the three general types of sensory receptor cells. Make sure to discuss where graded potentials and aps occur, where
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UTSCBIOB32H3Kenneth LamWinter

BIOB32H3 Lecture Notes - Electron Microscope, Myocyte, Sarcomere

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The muscle length-tension relationship is the relationship between the length of the fiber and the force that the fiber produces at that length. This l
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UTSCBIOB32H3Kenneth LamWinter

BIOB32H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Gastric Pits, Acclimatization, Cyclic Adenosine Monophosphate

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8 May 2012
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Goldman equation for multiple ion ( na= and k+_ ) lec 5 bulk flow =convective transport the sequence for blood flow in bony fish heart. -para: to decre
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UTSCBIOB32H3Kenneth LamWinter

BIOB32H3 Lecture Notes - Local Field Potential, Rigor Mortis, Sarcomere

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8 May 2012
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Review the goldman equation: combine all the ions together. In frog, pk is extremely larger than pna. Why? cuase the leak channel of k+ is open in rest
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UTSCBIOB32H3Kenneth LamWinter

BIOB32H3 Lecture Notes - Myocyte

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Proximal is the waist where the stimulator is. The distal end is the knee joint where te receptor is. This was used in the frog nerve experiment. The t
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UTSCBIOB32H3Kenneth LamWinter

Final exam layout.docx

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UTSCPHLA11H3Ronniede SousaWinter

essay about gyges.docx

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2 May 2012
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Content of the ring of gyges: was mentioned in the plato"s republic. The ring granted its owner the power to become invisible at will. Through the stor
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UTSCSOCB44H3John HanniganWinter

Environment Lecture.docx

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29 Apr 2012
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Ecology in the natural environment: over the last 100, years massive population growth, explosion in the number of people. Mostly in the developing wor
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