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1 Chapter Immune system

2 1. Components 1)      Cells

3 ① Lymphocyte: a. T-lymphocytes:
cytotoxic T cell: Tc C- kill the tumor cell, virus infective cell and foreign cell helper T cell: Th C- promotes activity of BLC and Tc C suppressor T cell: Ts C –regulate the function of BLC and TC b. B-lymphocytes: become into plasma cell c. NK cell: counteract virus infective cell and tumor cell

4 ②Plasma cell ③antigen presenting cell: a. dendritic cell: Blood DC Langerhans cell interstitial cell veiled cell interdigitating cell b.macrophage: mononuclear phagocytic system

5 ④other cells: granulated cell mast cell blood platelet blood-borne stem cell *Function: i.      immunologic defence function ii.     immune surveillance function iii.    immune homeostasis

6 2)     Lymphoid tissue ---reticular T: reticular cell: stellate-shaped with processes to form network reticular fiber ---lymphocytes, macrophage, plasma cell and mast cell

7 a. Diffuse LT: no clear boundary mainly consists of TLC postcapillary venules: -high endothelial venules -opening for LC enter LT from blood

8 b. Lymphoid nodule: spherical or ovoid have clear boundaries mainly composed of BLC germinal center: stained pale * primary LN → secondary LN

9 3) Lymphoid organs a. Central lymphoid organs: thymus, bone marrow developed earlier blood-borne stem cell comes from yolk sac microenvironment → proliferation promoting send LC to PLD and LT two weeks before borne

10 b. Peripheral lymphoid organs: lymph node, spleen and palatine tonsil
developed later LC come from CLO cell proliferation need antigen stimulating- antigen dependent place for immune reactions

11 2.thymus Structure of thymus ---capsule: CT→interlobular septum
---cortex: dark-staining ---medulla: lighter-staining ---consists of thymic epithelial cell, thymic stromal cell( ma, eo,mc, fibroblast and myoid cell) and thymocytes

12 ①cortex: ---thymic epithelial cell(epithelial reticular cell): subcapsular epithelial cell: /flattened /secret β 2-microglobulin, thymosin and thymopoietin interdigitation dendritic cell: /more processes /MHC antigen ---thymocyte: different stages of LC large LC( prethymocyte): superfacial cortex common thymocyte: deep cortex %

13 2) medulla: ---epithelial reticular cell medullary epithelial cell: secret thymosin thymic corpuscle epithelial cell * thymic corpuscle: /spherical or ovoid, 30-50um in D /concentrically-arranged epithelial reticular cells /peripheral cell: inmature /near centra: mature /center cell: keratinased-eosinophilic, hyalinised, with invading of macrophage, eosinophil and LC /function: unknown ---thymocyte, macrophage

14 3) Blood-thymus barrier:
---Components Contineous endothelial cell Complete basement membrane of endothelium peri-vessel space containing macrophage basal lamina of epithelial reticular cell Processes of epithelial reticular cell ---Function: provide a stable environment for lymphocytes development

15 4) function: a. Place for mature and differentiation of TLC b. Immune regulation

16 3. Lymph node ---widely distributed ---in groups
---ovoid or kidney-shaped with hilum ---afferent and efferent lymphatic vessel

17 1) Structure ---capsule: CT, trabeculae or septa ---cortex: outer densely-stained part ---medulla: inner paler-stained part

18 ①Cortex: a. superfacial cortex: ---lymphoid N:
BLC, Macrophage, FDC, Th primary LN → secondary LN *germinal center: central pale area /dark zone: large, immature BLC, Th /light zone: medium-sized BLC, Th C, macrophage, FDC /cap: small BLC: mature←supermutation ---diffuse LT: thin layer


20 FDC: (follicular dendritic cell)
light zone no expression of MHC-II molecules (major histocompatibility complexes) have Fc receptor and C3 receptor: collect the antigen-antibody complexes and transfer them to BLC and Th C function: i. active the BLC ii. regulate the synthesis of antibody

21 b.Paracortex zone-deep cortex unit
---diffuse LT: TLC, Marcophage, Th cell interdigitating cell: DC cell -more processes -N: irregular -less organelle -express MHC-II postcapillary venules: -thick endothelial cell -LC within the wall -opening for LC enter LN


23 c. Cortical sinus ---subcapsular sinus: afferent LV enter
---peritrabecular sinus ---structure: endothelium RF and RC cavity: -endothelial cell: stellate for support -macrophage: filter lymph -veiled cell: Langerhans cell ( phagocytose antigen) → efferent LV → LN → paracortex zone


25 ②Medulla ---medullary cord: LT cord: /BLC, plasma cell, macrophage, mast cell /postcapillary venules: channel ---medullary sinus: /similar to cortical sinus and connect with C S /more macrophage

26 ③Passage of Lymph in LN afferent LV →subcapsular sinuses→peritrabecular sinuses→(narrow channel) →medullary sinus→efferent LV

27 3)      Functions: a.Filter the lymph b.Place to give rise to the immune response c. Involve in the recirculation of LC *Recirculation of LC: LC(blood) →(postcapillary venules) → LN → medulla → efferent LV → Blood →LN artery → postcapillary venules →LN Time: 24-48h

28 4. Spleen 1) Structure ---capsule: thick DCT with SM and mesothelium, also form trabeculae ---white pulp ---marginal zone ---red pulp

29 ① White pulp: 1-2mm gray-white spots periarterial lymphatic sheath:
-central artery -diffuse LT : TLC, macrophage, interdigitating cell splenic corpuscle: -BLC, macrophage, FDC -lymphoid nodules

30 ② Marginal zone: 100um width TLC, BLC, macrophage, less erythrocyte marginal sinus: central artery’s branch- channel for antigen and LC enter LT place: capture recognize and induce immune reaction

31 ③ Red pulp: constitute about 2/3 of splenic volume
a. splenic cord: LT cord BLC, DC. M, TC , erythrocytes place: filter blood b. splenic sinus: Blood sinus; 12-14um endothelial cell: rod-liked, gap RT basal lamina: incomplete M-more


33 2) Blood supply of spleen
splenic A→trabecular A→central A branches → marginal sinuses penicillar Arterioles(including: pulp arteriole→ sheathed capillary→ arterial capillary) → splenic sinus→ pulp venule→ trabecular vein→ splenic vein

34 3) Function: a. filter the blood b. immune reaction c. production of blood in fetus d. blood storage: 40 ml

35 5. tonsil ---palatine tonsil ---pharyngeal tonsil ---lingual tonsil

36 palatine: ---structure: Stratified squamous epi: invaginated to form many crypts Epithelium of crypt contain LC, PC, Ma and Langerhans cell Space and channel between epi.cell: opening to crypt epi. surface, LC filling the channel- lymphoepithelial tissue Lamina propria: Diffuse LT and LN


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