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What stage in HIV lifecycle? Protease cuts HIV protein chains into individual proteins that combine to make a new virus.
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Maturation (8)
What stage in HIV lifecycle? Virus binds to a CD4 molecule and a coreceptor triggers a change in glycoprotein 41, making it burrow into the cell wall with HIV piggy backing on it.
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Binding and Fusion (1)
What stage in HIV lifecycle? When the infected cell divides, the viral DNA is read and long chains of proteins are made.
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Transcription (5)
What are the 4 common causative agents of infectious diarrhea?
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Shigella, salmonella, e.coli, cholera.
What is the cause of neutropenia?
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A prolonged, severe infection.
What Ig is found in secretions like breast milk, sweat and mucus?
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IgA
A fetus can immediately produce _______ antibodies, gets _______ from breast milk and develops _______ in 6 months.
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IgM; IgA; IgG
The largest Ig, 1st to arrive, leaves in about a week. Can be passed in utero from mom to fetus.
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IgM
The Ig that makes up 80-85% of all Ig and is heavily involved in the 2nd wave of immune response...
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IgG
What Ig is indicative of a new infection?
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IgM
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What is neutrophilia and how is it detected?
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Increase in neutrophils; detected by a CBC.
What are the granulocytes?
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Basophils, Eosinophils, and Neutrophils.
The release of banded neutrophils into the blood is called...
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Primary immunodeficiency is _______.
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genetic/congenital
Fungal Infections
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mycoses
What receptors are involved in a Type IV sensitivity?
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MCH-I and HLA; they don't match, causing tissue rejection.
What is the principle antibody of an allergic response?
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IgE
What is the principle Ig of response to parasites?
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IgE
Your patient is deficient in IgA. What would you expect to see more of?
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Sinus and skin infections.
In an atopic individual's B lymphocytes, production of Ig_______ is elevated.
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IgE, causes a large scale histamine release.
A return to the normal population of neutrophils in a blood count is called...
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