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MCGILLPARA 438Gaétan FaubertFall

PARA 438 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Protein, Immune System, Cytokine

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If meet disease and got protected from the disease recovered from the plague. Variolation: dried crusts of smallpox inhaled/inserted to skin. Jenner: f
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MCGILLPARA 438Jerry AldridgeFall

PARA 438 Study Guide - Final Guide: V(D)J Recombination, Terminal Deoxynucleotidyl Transferase, Memory T Cell

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MCGILLPARA 438Jerry AldridgeFall

PARA438 Final: Para 438 Final study guide endogenous and exogenous

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Describe, in detail, the endogenous pathway of antigen presentation. Be sure to discuss which target cells may be activated by the products of this pat
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MCGILLPARA 438Jerry AldridgeFall

PARA 438 Study Guide - Final Guide: Antigen Presentation, Antigen Processing, Antigen

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Gave antigen to macrophages (apcs) either before or after they were fixed (killed). The ones that were given antigen and then fixed would activate the.
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MCGILLPARA 438Jerry AldridgeFall

PARA 438 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cd28, Uridine, Clonal Anergy

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MCGILLPARA 438Jerry AldridgeFall

PARA 438 Study Guide - Final Guide: Inbreeding, Memory T Cell, Macrophage

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Describe an experiment that demonstrates the genetic basis for. Histocompatibility & histoincompatability , and that the genes responsible for this are
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MCGILLPARA 438Jerry AldridgeFall

PARA 438 Study Guide - Final Guide: Lysine, Icam-1, Dendritic Cell

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Identify the components of the t-cell receptor tri-molecular complex, describe the features that mediate the interaction of these components, and discu
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MCGILLPARA 438Jerry AldridgeFall

PARA 438 Study Guide - Final Guide: Tabula Rasa, Thymus, Antigen

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Bred a mouse that would have allele a and allele b: they"re codominant, so it expresses both. They then took a true a and true b and irradiated them, w
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MCGILLPARA 438Jerry AldridgeFall

PARA 438 Study Guide - Final Guide: Paratype, Somatic Theory, Genetic Marker

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In the 1960"s there were 2 opposing hypotheses to explain the generation of antibody diversity. Compare and contrast these hypotheses, including observ
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MCGILLPARA 438Jerry AldridgeFall

PARA 438 Study Guide - Final Guide: V(D)J Recombination, Terminal Deoxynucleotidyl Transferase, Paratype

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Antibody allotype - constant regions of heavy and light chains: unique to all antibodies of a given isotype; inherited, genetically-determined differen
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MCGILLPARA 438Jerry AldridgeFall

PARA 438 Study Guide - Final Guide: Clonal Selection, Cytotoxic T Cell, Red Pulp

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MCGILLPARA 438Jerry AldridgeFall

PARA 438 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Natural Killer Cell, Memory B Cell, Innate Immune System

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Describe/ define and/or discuss the importance, give examples. Innate immunity: fast, broad, no memory, antigen presenting cells: acquired immunity: sl
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