Immunology

IMMUNOLOGY

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INTRODUCTION TO IMMUNOLOGY

BRIEF HISTORY OF IMMUNOLOGY

RESPONSES OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM

DEFINITION OF ANTIGEN

CHARACTERISTICS OF ANTIGENS

DEFINITION OF ANTIBODIES

TYPES OF ANTIBODIES

ANTIGEN-ANTIBODY REACTION

Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA)

IMMUNE SYSTEM CELLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS

LYMPHOCYTES, PHAGOCYTES, MACROPHAGES, DENDRITIC CELLS, MEMORY B CELLS, PLASMA CELLS, GRANULOCYTES, MEGAKARYOCYTES, BASOPHILS, EOSINOPHILS, NEUTROPHILS, NULL CELLS, MONOCYTES

MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX (MHC) MOLECULES

B CELL PRODUCTION

ORGANS OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM AND THEIR FUNCTION

LYMPH NODES

SIGNIFICANCE OF MONOCLONAL AND POLYCLONAL ANTIBODIES

INNATE IMMUNITY

MECHANISMS OF INNATE IMMUNITY

CELLS OF INNATE IMMUNITY

ADAPTIVE IMMUNITY

TYPES OF ADAPTIVE (ACQUIRED) IMMUNITY

HUMORAL/ANTIBODY-MEDIATED IMMUNITY (AMI)

ANTIGEN PROCESSING AND ANTIGEN PRESENTING CELLS

PHAGOCYTOSIS

HYPERSENSITIVITY REACTION (ALLERGY)

TYPE I HYPERSENSITIVITY

TYPE II HYPERSENSITIVITY

TYPE III HYPERSENSITIVITY

TYPE IV HYPERSENSITIVITY

BIOLOGY OF TRANSPLANTATION

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