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Introduction: Pathogens and the Immune System

by Peter Delves, PhD
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    The lecture Introduction: Pathogens and the Immune System by Peter Delves, PhD is from the course Immune System: Overview and Cells.


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    1. Thymus
    2. Spleen
    3. Lymph node
    4. Mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue
    5. Skin
    1. Commensal organisms- produce antibodies
    2. Skin- physical barrier
    3. Low pH - resists pathogens
    4. Mucus- prevents colonization
    5. Enzymes- attack pathogens
    1. Launching an adaptive immune response
    2. Producing red blood cells
    3. Initiating an innate immune response
    4. Producing white blood cells
    5. Regenerate primary lymphoid tissues

    Author of lecture Introduction: Pathogens and the Immune System

     Peter Delves, PhD

    Peter Delves, PhD


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    By Lukas K. on 10. February 2017 for Introduction: Pathogens and the Immune System

    Very informative and pretty easy to understand. Recommended for people who has heard about the immune system before as it may be hard for beginners to understand.

     
    i love how he explains everything in detail and also he tells with some intonation so I could easily remember what he has just explained to me
    By Fadhilah A. on 09. December 2016 for Introduction: Pathogens and the Immune System

    i love how he explains everything in detail and also he tells with some intonation so I could easily remember what he has just explained to me