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BBS3027 2000: Infectious Diseases Dr Garwin Sing garwinS@qimr.edu.au http://trishul.sci.gu.edu.au/courses/bbs3027/
Epithelial Barriers to Microbial Infection: Physical Epithelial cells joined by tight junctions Exfoliation of surface cells Mucous flow by ciliated epithelia (respiratory tract)
Epithelial Barriers to Microbial Infection: Chemical Enzymes: Lysozyme (tears, saliva, sweat) Pepsin (stomach) pH:Fatty Acids/amino acids (skin) Gastric acids (stomach) Antimicrobial:Transferrin (mucus)
Epithelial Barriers to Microbial Infection: Competition Gut Flora
Protection from Infectious Agents Innate ImmunityFever, interferon, neutrophils, macrophages, NK cells Adaptive ImmunityB cells, T cells
Viruses Bacteria Fungi Parasites Anatomy Physiology Immunity Commensals
Sources of Infection: Exogenous InhalationCommon cold, flu, Legionnaire’s Disease, Coccidioidomycosis IngestionTyphoid fever, tapeworm, cryptosporidium, Hepatitis A STDGonorrhea, HIV WoundTetanus, Rabies Insect BiteMalaria, Yellow Fever, Dengue
Sources of Infection: Endogenous Gute.g E coli Skine.g. staphylococcus Tonsils Throat e.g streptococcus Bloode.g. EBV Lungse.g Candida, CMV, streptococcus
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Lymphatic and Immune System The Body’s Defense. Nonspecific Defense First Line of Defense –Skin –Mucous Membrane –Secretions.
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Page The body has two defense systems for foreign materials that form the immune system Immunity—specific resistance to disease (such as.
Immunity and Disease. Disease Infection = when a microorganism or pathogen gets into our body. – Pathogen: anything that causes disease. – Microbe/Microorganism:
Immunity Your body’s defense against infection!. Immune System A group of organs and tissues that protect you from foreign invaders Skin Thymus gland.
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