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  • Biol 351 – Lauron Thompson Immunology – Jeopardy Game
  • What are antibodies?
  • What is lymphatic?
  • What is opsonization?
  • What are CD4 T cells?
  • What are CD8 T cells?
  • What is inflammation?
  • What is herpesvirus?
  • What are MHC molecules?
  • What are NK cells?
  • What are memory T cells?
  • What are mutations?
  • What is a vaccine?
  • What is a macrophage?
  • What is skin?
  • What are APCs?
  • What is immunity?
  • What is the variable region?
  • What are mast cells?
  • What are TCRs?
  • What is a vaccine?
  • What is acquired immunodeficiency syndrome?
  • What are B cells?
  • What are PAMPs?
  • What are autoantibodies? Auto immune diseases.
  • What are CD4 helper T cells?
  • Biol 351 immunology - lauron thompson's ec

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    2. 2. Answer• Proteins which bind antigens.
    3. 3. Question• What are antibodies?
    4. 4. Answer• These organs are part of the ____ system.
    5. 5. Question• What is lymphatic?
    6. 6. Answer• The process by which antibodies coat abacterium. This enhances macrophageattachment.
    7. 7. Question• What is opsonization?
    8. 8. Answer• T-cells attachment to an antigen presentingcell is enhanced by this surface protein
    9. 9. Question• What is CD4 (or a T-cell receptor)?
    10. 10. Answer• Infected cell attachment to a cytotoxic T-cell is enhanced by this surface protein
    11. 11. Question• What is CD8 (or a T-cell receptor)?
    12. 12. Answer• Nonspecific reaction to foreign pathogens.• Characterized by swelling, redness, painand fever.
    13. 13. Question• What is an inflammatory response?
    14. 14. Daily Double• How much do you wish to wager?
    15. 15. Daily DoubleAnswer• This virus has a latent phase and becomesactive when the body is under stress.
    16. 16. Daily DoubleQuestion• What are herpesviruses?
    17. 17. Answer• This molecule presents peptides fromforeign pathogens (antigens).
    18. 18. Question• What are MHC molecules?
    19. 19. Answer• Cells which non-specifically attack virus-infected cells.• Utilized in the innate immune response.
    20. 20. Question• What are Natural Killer cells?
    21. 21. Answer• Cells that have acquired specific receptors.• Help prevent future infection.
    22. 22. Question• What are memory T-cells?
    23. 23. Answer• It is extremely difficult to create a vaccinefor HIV because many _________ occurrapidly.
    24. 24. Question• What are mutations?
    25. 25. Answer• Edward Jenner was the first to create ____.
    26. 26. Question• What is a vaccine?
    27. 27. Answer• Cell that eats foreign pathogens throughphagocytosis.
    28. 28. Question• What is a macrophage?
    29. 29. Answer• The physical barrier that protects the entirebody.
    30. 30. Question• What is skin?
    31. 31. Answer• A macrophage, dendritic cell or B cell thattakes up and processes antigen to present itto T cells.
    32. 32. Question• What are antigen-presenting cells (APC)?
    33. 33. Answer• The ability of an organism to resistbecoming infected.
    34. 34. Question• What is immunity?
    35. 35. Answer• This region makes the antibodies specific.
    36. 36. Question• What is the variable region?
    37. 37. Answer• Cells which release histamines.
    38. 38. Question• What are mast cells?
    39. 39. Answer• An antigen-specific receptor protein on thesurface of T cells.
    40. 40. Question• What is a T cell receptor (TCR)?
    41. 41. Answer• An inactivated or weakened pathogen usedto stimulate protective immunity in the host.
    42. 42. Question• What is a vaccine?
    43. 43. Answer• HIV eventually leads to _____.
    44. 44. Question• What is AIDS?
    45. 45. Answer• Produce antibodies to help fight offinvaders.
    46. 46. Question• What are B cells?
    47. 47. Answer• A repeating structural component of amicroorganism or a virus that arerecognized by a pattern recognition receptor(PRR).
    48. 48. Question• What is PAMP (pathogen-associatedmolecular pattern?
    49. 49. Answer• An antibody that reacts to self antigens.
    50. 50. Question• What is an autoantibody?
    51. 51. Answer• HIV targets these cells and causes the hostto become immuno compromised.
    52. 52. Question• What are CD4 T-cells?

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