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Cell surface receptors or inner membrane receptors that are used to recognize foreign molecular patterns

Pattern Recognition Receptors (PRRs)

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____ chain has an extra long hinge region

delta

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____ chains have an extra constant domain CH4

epsilon

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____ is most able to activate complement because it has ____ adjacent Fc domains and only two Fc domains is required to activate complement

IgM; 5

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_____ have segmented nuclei with colorless granules

Neutrophils

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_____ is an antibody associated with a secretory component that makes it resistant to digestive enzymes.

IgA

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_____ is an antibody that produces symptoms of allergy is important in resistance to parasites

IgE

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_____ is better at activating complement than IgG and first Ig to appear in blood after exposure to an antigen

IgM

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_____ is the most abundant antibody in the blood

IgG

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_____ is the only antibody class made by the fetus

IgM

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_____ is the only antibody that can pass through the placenta.

IgG

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______ cells arrange for phagocytosis and destruction of foreign materials by release of antibodies.

B

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______ enter at the periphery of the lymph node

lymphatic vessels

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______ exit at the hilum of the lymph node

veins and lymphatic vessels

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______ have a kidney shaped nucleus and abundant cytoplasm

Monocytes

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______ have segmented nuclei with blue granules

Basophils

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______ of the spleen consists of islands of cells with an arteriole surrounded by T cells, which are surrounded by B cells

White pulp

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_______ are lymph node-like structures that underlie the GI mucosa

Peyer's patches

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_______ enter at the hilum of the lymph node

arterioles

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_______ have segmented nuclei with red granules

Eosinophils

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_______ require lysis by the MAC for clearance

Neisseria

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________ associate with MBP to activate C2 and C4 and start the cascade

MBP-Associated Serine Proteases (MASPs)

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10 light chains, 10μ chains, and 1 J chain

IgM

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2 light and 2 gamma chains

IgG

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2 light and 2 ε chains

IgE

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2 light and 2δ chains

IgD

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4 light chains, 4 α chains, 1 J chain, and 1 S.C. chain

IgA

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Acellular fluid component of blood, including proteins

Plasma

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Activated ________ leave local area and travels to nearest lymph node where it presents the antigen to lymphocytes

Dendritic Cells

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Allelic differences in the sequence of immunoglobulins of different individuals

allotypes