Pathology: Queen Mary, UOL Notes

 Pathology: Queen Mary, UOL Notes
The text is presented as Word files. Your computer will open them when you click on them, or you can download them. There are various disadvantages about these notes.
  1. They are not finished
  2. There is no index
  3. The pictures have not all been done! Those which have been done are in Coreldraw. They comprise many of the immunology pictures, and one microbiology picture. They will be given out as a booklet.
There are some advantages.
  1. They are free.
  2. They are being continually updated.
  3. You can come and argue with the author (me).
Good luck, and best wishes, Nigel Yeatman, 2004
Infectious agents
The defence system
Subsection 1:Introduction
Subsection 2: innate components of the immune system.
Subsection 3: B lymphocytes and antibodies
Subsection 4: Antibody genes and B-lymphocyte development
Subsection 5: Antigen presenting cells and T-lymphocytes
Subsection 6: CD4 T-cells
Subsection 7: CD8 T-cells
Subsection 8: HLA molecules and their genes
Subsection 9: T-lymphocyte receptor genes, T-lymphocyte development, and the thymus
Subsection 10: Other populations of T-cells, and Null cells.
Subsection 11: lymphoid tissues, and the circulation of cells of the immune system.
Subsection 12: Tjhe innate immune system revisited: the effect of the immune response.
Subsection 13: Acute inflammation
Subsection 14: Wound healing anfd repair
Subsection 15: hypersensitivity and autoimmunity.
Subsection 16: Chronic inflammation.
Subsection 17: Neoplasia and the immune system.
Subsection 18: Increased susceptibility to infection.
Subsection 19: immunisation, ande the upregulation of immunity.
Subsection 20: Transplantation.
Subsection 21: Laboratory tests in immunology.
Subsection 22: Anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive drugs.


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