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Immunology Final

TermDefinition
Innate cells natural killer, mast, eos, baso, phagocytic
Adaptive cells B cells, T cells
Fc fragment crystallization after cleavage of serum-deprived myeloma IgG fractions with papain
IgA secretory component
IgD signals activation of B-cells
Antigen presenting cells dendritic, macrophage, B cells
CD8 cells cytotoxic T cells
T helper cells help activate B-cells and cytotoxic cells
Interferons induce viral resistance in cells
Boyden chamber used to study cell migration and invasion
Mitogens encourage cells to divide, Pokeweed
MHC surface proteins that recognize foreign molecules, chromosome 6
HLA B27 associated with ankylosing spondylitis
Perforin pore forming protein on cytotoxic cells
FTA-ABS indirect flourescent antibody technique
SDS denatures proteins in PAGE
Protein A used to purify proteins
Northern blot detects RNA molecules
Restriction endonuclease destroys DNA from invading viruses
Paul-Bunnell test detects mono
ASO titer Todd units
TPHA test detects T. Palladium
Most common STD in US HPV
Whooping caugh B. Pertussis
Yeast infection Candida albicans
PAM N. fowleri
Contact lens infections Acanthamoeba
HBV envelope NTCP
HBV first detectable antibody HBcAg
HBV transmission blood contact
Hashimoto hypothyroidism
Intrinsic factor B12 absorption
Sucrose hemolysis and HAM tests PNH
Type I hypersensitivity reaction immediate
Type II hypersensitivity reaction complement dependent
Type III hypersensitivity reaction excess antigen
Type IV hypersensitivity reaction delayed
Lectin carbohydrate binding proteins
Anti-A and anti-B IgM
Amorph gene that doesn't produce a detectable antigen
Elution removing an antibody attached to an RBC
Kell antibodies react at AHG phase, anti-K most common
AIHA DAT positive
Chagas disease T. Cruzi
IgA deficient patients risk of life-threatening allergic reactions
Hydrops fetalis accumulation of fluid in fetal compartments
Iatrogenic blood loss low HGB/HCT due to frequent blood loss or donations
Donath-Landsteiner antibody cold autoantibody, PCH
Created by: Ramin11
 

 



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