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What is the function of the Kinin system?
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Dilation of blood vessels, induce pain, smooth muscle cell contraction, increased vascular permeability.
Fever in acute inflammation is induced by several mediators called _______.
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Pyrogens
What pathway of the complement cascade do pyrogenic toxins initiate?
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The alternate pathway (C3B) enzyme
A bacteria has entered a host and been detected by complement. What protein is activated and why?
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C3b - coats bacteria in opsonins, making them easier to eat.
These are cytoplasmic fragments that help in clotting and releases serotonin...
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platelets
What are the 4 mechanisms of the clotting system?
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1. Clot to stop bleeding. 2. Trap infectious agent to prevent spread. 3. Keeps microorganisms at the site of greatest inflammation. 4. Framework for repair/healing.
What is the overall purpose of the clotting system?
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To form a fibrinous meshwork at the site of injury, providing a framework for repair and healing.
The only pathway in complement activated by antibody is...
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the classical pathway
The 3 APC's are...
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Dendritic cells, Marcrophages, and B lymphocytes.
The complement system begins with the activation of the protein _______.
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C1/MLB - C3 (alternative starts here) - C5
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How is the classical pathway of complement activated? What proteins are galvanized?
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By antibodies; C1 - C3 - C5
What happens when the epitope connects with the FAB of an antibody?
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C1 of the complement cascade is activated.
The complement, clotting and kinin systems contain inactive enzymes called _______.
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proenzymes (activation starts cascade)
Class 1 MHC react with CD_______.
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CD 8 on Tc cells endogenous antigens
Endogenous or Exogenous? MHC-11/CD4 on T helper cell presents antigen...
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Exogenous
Which Type I mediator? Attracts eosinophils and neutrophils...
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ECF - A (tetrapeptides)
Which type of type I mediator? Basophil Attractant
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Leukotriene B4
Which Type I mediator? Bronchoconstriction, mucus secretion, vasodilation, vascular permeability...
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Histamine
Which Type I mediator? Edema and pain
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Prostaglandins E and D2
Which Type I mediator? Same functions as histamine, but 1000 times more potent...
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Leukotrienes CD4 and D4; bronchoconstriction, mucus secretion, vasodilation, vascular permeability.
What 2 mediators are produced by the mast cell?
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Leukotrienes: Involved in chronic inflammation, slower, longer response than histamines. Prostaglandins: Induce pain, and same response as histamines. Inhibits eosinophils.
  
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