Immunology

Nur Fadzliyana
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Immune responses are highly complex and regulated and they represent one of the most elegant and coordinated networks of cells and chemicals in the body.

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Nur Fadzliyana
Created by Nur Fadzliyana almost 4 years ago
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1 Disorder
1.1 hipersensitivity
1.2 cancer
1.3 autoimmunity
2 Signaling
2.1 cytokines
2.1.1 anti-inflammatory
2.1.2 inflammantory
2.2 chemokines
2.2.1 lymph node localisation
2.2.2 recruitment into the infection site
2.2.3 homing of naive T and B cells
2.3 lipid mediators
2.3.1 inflammatory
2.3.2 anti-inflammatory
2.4 vasoactive amines
2.4.1 histamine
2.5 co stimulation
2.5.1 B cell to T cell
2.5.2 antigen presenting cell to T cell
2.6 intracellular signalling
2.6.1 initiation
2.6.2 general principles
2.6.2.1 1) receptor activation
2.6.2.2 2) tyrosine kinase (TK) activation
2.6.2.3 3) transcription factors
2.6.3 BCR,TCR and TLR
3 Adaptive
3.1 B cells
3.1.1 B cell receptor
3.1.1.1 co receptors
3.1.2 B-cell development
3.1.2.1 bone marrow
3.1.3 antibody production : IgM, IgG, IgA, IgE
3.2 T cell subsets
3.2.1 Treg
3.2.2 CD4+
3.2.3 CD8+
3.2.4 gamma delta T cells
3.3 T cell receptor
3.3.1 co receptors
3.3.1.1 CD3
3.3.1.2 zeta
4 Immune tissue
4.1 primary
4.1.1 bone marrow
4.1.2 fetal liver
4.1.3 thymus
4.2 secondary
4.2.1 lymph nodes
4.2.2 spleen
4.2.3 peyers patch
4.2.4 peripheral tissue
4.2.5 mucosa immune tissue
5 Fc receptor
5.1 B cells
5.2 phagocytes
5.3 mast cell
5.4 triggering
5.5 on complement
6 cell type associated cytokines
6.1 T cell
6.1.1 CD4+
6.1.2 CD8+
6.2 B cell
6.3 Innate
6.3.1 Dendrite and macrophage
6.4 NK cells
7 Pathogens
7.1 parasites
7.2 fungal infection
7.3 viruses : 1) innate immune response 2) adaptive immune response 3) retroviruses
8 medical approach
8.1 vaccines
8.2 transplant
8.2.1 tissue matching
8.2.2 immunosuppression
9 Innate
9.1 cellular
9.1.1 granulocyte
9.1.2 monocytes
9.1.3 innate-like lymphocytes
9.2 non cellular
9.2.1 lysozyme
9.2.2 defensins
9.2.3 transferrin
9.2.4 opsinisation and complement activating proteins

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