Flashcards in Pathology Deck (174)
What does apoptosis use for an energy source?
Is DNA laddering sensitive or specific for apoptosis?
What type of chromosome damage does radiation produce?
Is the intrinsic or extrinsic pathway of apoptosis used during embryogenesis?
What are the two pro-apoptosis proteins?
BAX and BAK
Which protein does Bcl-2 inhibit?
What is the fuction of Apaf-1?
Which CD molecule is the Fas ligand?
What are the two pro-apoptotic molecules released by Tcells?
perforin and granzyme B
Which molecule mediates thymic medullary negative selection?
Which bacteria can produce caseous necrosis?
How does calcium appear during fat necrosis?
What type of necrosis take place during HSP and Churg-Strauss?
What type of necrosis takes place during malignant HTN?
Damage to what organ often triggers irreversible apoptosis?
What type of immune reaction takes place in response to a foreign body?
Granulomas are often surrounded by a ring of what type of immune cell?
An excess of what type of tissue is found in Keloids?
What two specific types of cells in the brain are most susceptible to ischemia?
pyramidal or Hippocampus
Purkinje of cerebellum
What is the name for the skin lesion produced by pseudomonas?
What does ecythema gangrenosum look like?
black and necrotic
Pseudomonas can infect people with what specific immune cell deficiency?
Which selectin is on endothelial cells?
E and P
Which selectin is on neutrophils?
Which cells express ICAM-1?
What are the four names for the protein that binds ICAM-1?
Which protein mediates transmigration through the endothelial cells?
Chromatolysis is involved after injury to what structure?
What three reactions take place during chromatolysis?
displacement of nucleus
dispersion of Nissl