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Immuno Jamie

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TermDefinition
Can protect against or be manipulated to treat disease Immune System
Has T and B types Lymphocytes
Specific cellular elements, cell products, and non-lymphoid products cooperative interactions
Mononuclear phagocytes non-specific immune elements
Condition in which the bodies own tissues are attacked as if they were foreign auto-immune disorder
The first line of defense in protecting the body from infection includes Phagocytic leukocyte
Natural immunity is characterized as being: Innate or inborn
Cellular immunity includes: Mast cells, neutrophils and Macrophages
Humeral immunity includes: Complement, lysozyme, and Interferon
Another term for adaptive immunity is: Acquired immunity
Humoral components of the adaptive immune system includes: Antibodies
How is active natural immunity acquired Infection
How is artificial active immunity acquired vaccinations
How is passive natural immunity acquired transferred in vivo or by colostrum
How is artificial passive immunity acquired infusion of serum or plasma
In active natural immunity are antibodies produced by the host? yes
In artificial active immunity are antibodies produced by the host? yes
In passive natural immunity are antibodies produced by the host? no
In artificial passive immunity are antibodies produced by the host? no
What is the length of immunity provided by active natural immunity? long term
What is the length of immunity provided by artificial active immunity? long term
What is the length of immunity provided by passive natural immunity? short term
What is the length of immunity provided by artificial passive immunity? short term
Created by: BOMLT