Serological methods II
.. methods used to identify antibodies and antigens in patient sample. Up-to-date serological..
Antibodies. B cells
.. of glycoprotein nature that have ability to bind antigens either soluble or bound in membranes of cells in.. .. and co-receptors. B cells not recognising antigens are naïve, those responding to them as effector ..
Antigen presentation; T cell mediated immunity
.. antigens are no able to induce an immune response without.. .. inducers and subsequent introduction of the antigens induces very prompt and extensive immune..
Milestones of Immunology, Immune system - an overview, Antigen
.. to induce an immune response. The most common antigens represent microbes, various chemical substances.. ..keywords: Structure and function of the immune system, Antigens, ABO and Rh blood..
Foeto-maternal relationships. The immune system of newborns
.. maternal immune response against HLA antigens of the foetus that it has inherited from its..
Serological methods I
.. methods used to identify antibodies and antigens in patient sample (serum, plasma). Agglutination..
HLA complex and its significancein biology and medicine
.. derived from the words: “human leucocyte antigens” as its fist molecules were discovered in.. .. and individuality, they mediate presentation of antigens to T cells, are involved in cooperation of cells..
Type I hypersensitivity (Allergy)
.. IgE class mediate this type of hypersensitivity; antigens that induce them are called allergens. IgE..
Cytokines. PAMPs and PRRs
.. immunity recognises an infinite variety of antigens by millions of cell-surface receptors. Instead,..
B lymphocytes and plasma cells
.. which are the sites of interaction with foreign antigens. Production of antibodies is initiated by the.. .. which are the sites of interaction with foreign antigens. Production of antibodies is initiated by the..