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Pathology 

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Structural Biology

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Immunology 

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Overview 

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Pathological Processes

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Immunological Aspects of Pathological Processes

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Innate Immune and Adaptive Immune system

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Skin and Innate Immune System 

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Keratin

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Inhibitors of Skin

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Antimicrobial Products of the Skin

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Skin and adaptive immune system

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Mucosal Immune System

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Skin, Mucosa, and microbes

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Serous Fluid and 

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Location of Mucosa

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Mucosa of Eyes

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Bacterial, Viral, Allergic Reactions

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Surface Area of Digestive System 

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Commensal Microbes

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Normal Flora

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Bacteriocins

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Tight Junctions, Mucins, and Viscosity

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Mucosa and IgA

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Defensins

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Skin vs. Mucosal Epithelial Cells

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Intestinal Epithelial Cells

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Toll Like Receptors

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NOD Receptors

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Injectisomes

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Signals for Mucosal Secretion

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Bacteria Response to Mucous

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Lymphoid Tissue

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Immunodeficiencies of Innate Immunity

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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.

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Congenital Disorders of Innate Immunity

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Development of Erythrocytes

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Chronic Granulomatus Disease

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