Flashcards in Late-Onset Neurodegeneration as an Inflammatory Disease Deck (15):
What does the hypothesis state?
Inflammation occurs when there is nerve cell death.
True or False?
- Correlations known for a long time.
What does the innate immune system do?
Why do some cells die?
What is the relationship between innate immune components and cell death? (e.g Toll Receptor and Spaetzle).
What are alarmins?
What are the acute and chronic phase of inflammation?
What are the two types of cell death?
What are containment strategies in innate surveillance?.
Examples of cellular clearance mechanisms?
Trigger molecules and PRRs in innate surveillance.
What are some examples of trigger molecules and their PRRs?
What are the autonomous and non-autonomous cell death responses of the innate surveillance?
How can unfolded proteins contribute to inflammation?