Immunological Aspects of Pathological Processes
Innate Immune and Adaptive Immune system
Skin and Innate Immune System
Inhibitors of Skin
Antimicrobial Products of the Skin
Skin and adaptive immune system
Mucosal Immune System
Skin, Mucosa, and microbes
Serous Fluid and
Location of Mucosa
Mucosa of Eyes
Bacterial, Viral, Allergic Reactions
Surface Area of Digestive System
Tight Junctions, Mucins, and Viscosity
Mucosa and IgA
Skin vs. Mucosal Epithelial Cells
Intestinal Epithelial Cells
Toll Like Receptors
Signals for Mucosal Secretion
Bacteria Response to Mucous
Immunodeficiencies of Innate Immunity
Describe the Neutrophil chasing bacteria video
Staph Aureus being chased by neutrophils.
tRNA in bacteria is N-Formyl-Methionine this starts translation. Not in eukaryotes. SO this is a pattern that our immune system recognizes. F-Met Receptor on the neutrophil.
PAMP - Pathogen Associated Molecular Pattern.
Race between our immune system and bacterial replication.
Bacteria move by brownian motion - thermal motion— the erratic random movement of microscopic particles in a fluid, as a result of continuous bombardment from molecules of the surrounding medium.
Congenital Disorders of Innate Immunity
Development of Erythrocytes
Chronic Granulomatus Disease