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1

Order of frequency of immune cells

Neutrophils
Lymphocytes
Monocytes
Eosinophils
Basophils

2

Which 3 immune cells occur in tissue not in blood

Macrophages, dendtritic cells, and mast cells

3

Mononuclear phagocytes: 3

What becomes something different when leaves blood

Monocytes become macrophages
Dendritic cell

4

Polymorphonuclear leukocytes/granulocytes

4

Neutrophil
Basophils
Eosinophils
Mast cell

5

Lymphocytes

3

B cell, T cell, natural killer cells

6

Myeloid cells

-where they are
-what kind of immunity
-they look for what
-examples

ECF/Humoral

Innate

Non host epitopes

Neutrophils, basophils, mast cells, eosinophils, macrophages

7

NK cells

-where they are
-what kind of immunity
-they look for what

Cell mediated/intracellular
Innate
MHC existence

8

B cells

-where they are
-what kind of immunity
-they produce what
-examples 2

Humoral/extracellular

Adaptive

Antibodies

APCs and Th cells

9

Tc cells

-where they are
-what kind of immunity
-how they work
-examples

Intracellular/cell mediated
Adaptive

Cytotoxic to own cells, kill virus once invaded

MHC1-TCR

10

Where we don't have lymph nodes

Lymph node for blood

Where T cells made

Biggest lymph organ

Brain and kidney

Spleen

Thymus

GI tract

11

B cells and T cells

Similarities: 1

Differences: 3

Gene arrangement to make cell

Differences:
1. T cell has 2 binding sites, B cell has one
2. T cell receptor on surface of T cell, B cell can have independent receptors floating around
3. Antibody has something bind to its feet, T cell has MHC hand antigen to It

12

Class I MHCs

How many you have

HLA A, HLA B, HLA C

6 total, 1 of each type from each parent

13

Class II MHCs

Types

How many you have

HLA DR, HLA DP, HLA DQ

6 total, 1 from each parent also

14

APCs 3

B cells
Macrophages
Dendritic cells

15

Where T cells don't go (immune privileged) 5

Placenta/fetus

Testes and ovaries

Eyes

Brain

Thymus