Please Define each term Chapter 15Key Terms and PhrasesAgglutinationAllergenAlloantigenAnamnestic responseAntigenAntigen-processing cellAntigenicityAntitoxinAttenuatedB-cellCD receptor Cell-mediated

Please Define each term Chapter 15Key Terms and PhrasesAgglutinationAllergenAlloantigenAnamnestic responseAntigenAntigen-processing cellAntigenicityAntitoxinAttenuatedB-cellCD receptor Cell-mediated immunityCellsClonal selection theoryClonal expansionCytotoxic or killer T-cells EpitopeHaptenHerd immunityNeutrophil Major histocompatibility complex (MHC)HLAHuman leukocyteIgAIgDIgEIgGIgMImmunizationImmunogenImmunoglobulinInterleukin-1Interleukin-2Memory cellsNeutralizationOpsonizationPlasma cellsPrimary responseSpecificityT cellT-cell-dependentT-cell-independentT-helperTolerance to selfToxoidVaccinationImmunocompetenceChapter 16Key Terms and PhrasesAllergyAtopyHistamineWhealSerotoninLeukotrieneProstaglandinBradykinin15-1 GraftTransfusionCancerAllergenHypersensitivityAutoimmunitySensitizing doseProvocative doseImmunoglobulin EMast cellsAllergic rhinitisAsthmaRalesEczemaAtopic dermatitisAnaphylactic shockDesensitizationHyposensitizationABO blood typesRh factorUniversal donorUniversal recipientErythroblastosis fetalisRhoGAMImmune complex reactionSerum sicknessArthus reactionAutoantibodies15-2 Systemic lupus erythematosusRheumatoid arthritisMyasthenia gravisSclerosisGraves’ diseaseHashimoto’s thyroiditisDiabetes mellitusTuberculin reactionContact dermatitisGraft versus host disease (GVHD)AutograftIsograftAllograftXenograftAgammaglobulinemiaHypogammaglobulinemiaDiGeorge syndromeSevere combined immunodeficiencies (SCID)Adenosine deaminase (ADA) deficiencyAcquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)Cutaneous anaphylaxisSystemic anaphylaxisDegranulationChapter 17Key Terms and PhrasesGram stainAcid-fast stainMycobacteriumDirect antigen testingIsolation mediaPhage typingHybridizationPolymerase chain reactionAvian embryo cultivation15-3 Cell culturesSerologySerological testingSpecificitySensitivityTiterAgglutinationAgglutininsrRNA analysisPrecipitationImmunoelectrophoresisWestern blotLysinCytolysinComplement fixationImmunoassaysRadioimmunoassayELISADouble diffusionAntibodyVDRLIn vivoSelective mediaDifferential mediaImmunofluorescenceProbesRheumatoid arthritisCatalase Oxidase CoagulaseRosette formationTuberculin test15-4 Chapter 18Key Terms and PhrasesIntegumentChlamydia trachomatisKeratitisHelminthicOnchocercaRiver blindnessTrachomaEpidermisCellulitisLymphangitisDermolyticKeratinCoagulaseSebumConjunctivaImmune privilegeAcneComedoImpetigoAccutaneStaphylococcus aureusStreptococcus pyogenesStaphylococcal scalded skin syndromeDesquamationMyonecrosisClostridium perfringensGas gangreneCarbuncleFolliculitisNecrotizing fasciitisChickenpoxShinglesVaricella ViremiaEncephalopathyDermatophytesSmallpoxMacularPapularVesicularPustularVariola virusVariolationVaccineRubeolaExanthemumELISATeratogenicCongenitalErythema infectiosumPapillomasRoseolaPlantar wartsMolluscum contagiosumLeishmaniasisEscharBacillus anthracisProtozoanCutaneousMycosesTineaPropionibacterium acnesTrichophytonMicrosporumEpidermophytonChapter 19Key Terms and PhrasesCentral nervous systemPeripheral nervous systemMeninges18-1 EpicardiumMyocardiumEndocardiumArteriesVeinsCapillariesSystemic infectionAtherosclerosisViremiaFungemiaBacteremiaSepticemiaEndocarditisEndotoxic shockBubonic plaguePneumonic plagueEndemic reservoirsTularemiaRabbit feverBurkitt’s lymphomaInfectious mononucleosisMonospot testErythema migransLyme diseaseDEETHemorrhagic feverDengueYellow feverMarburgLassa feverEbolaBrucellosisQ FeverCat-scratch diseaseTrench feverRocky Mountain Spotted FeverHGAHMEMalariaSporozoiteMerozoiteMacrogametocyteMicrogametocyteSporogonyQuinineAnthraxEdema factorA-B toxinKaposi’s sarcomaVirus loadCD4 T cellRetrovirusReverse transcriptaseLeukopeniaAZTWestern blotELISAProtease inhibitorReverse transcriptase inhibitorFusion inhibitorAdult T-Cell leukemiaHairy-cell leukemiaHAARTIxodes

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