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not antigenic specific
T helper
cell containing obligate intracellular parasites/tumor cells
cytotoxic T cells
antibody mediated immunity
B cells
activated with IL-2
killer cells
predispose to candidiasis
def of T lymphocytes
cell mediated immunity
T cells
contact dermatitis
type 4 hypersensitivity
assist B cells in destroying foreign proteins/malignant cells
killer
killer's activated by
IL 2
latent capacity for mitotic division
blood
liver
bone marrow
cant undergo mitosis
nerve cells
skeletal
cardiac
smooth muscle
heart
lungs
hydrolytic enzyme
lysozyme
serum
tears
phagocytic cell
lysozyme
lysozyme hydrolyze
peptidoglycan
peptide portion
glycan portion
peptidoglycan molecule
portion attacked by enzyme lysozyme
glycan portion
sugar N-acetylglucosamine
N-acetylmuramic
glycan portion of peptidoglycan
penicillin inhibits
peptidoglycan sythesis
after the death of cell
autolysis
intracellular enzymes degration=
autolysis
cellular degradation by extrinsic factors (bacteria)
heterolysis
sum of intracellular degradative rxns
necrosis
after death of individual cell w/in living organism
necrosis
cell walls
capsules that are removed by
lysozyme
or
penicillin
antibody that causes lysis

*with presence of complement*
autolysin
hydrolytic enzymes
lysosomes
cellular metabolism
mitochondria
protein synthesis
ribosomes
site of mRNA attacment and
AA assembly
ribosomes
production of large CHO molecules and lysosomes
golgi
membrane bag containing
digestive enzymes
lysosome
only thing that keeps cell itselg from being digested is membrane surroundig the
lysosome
lack
superoxide dismutase
catalase
anaerobic bacteria
resist effects of H2O2
anaerobic bacteris
that posses
CATALASE
CATALASE IN
MICROBODIES
similar in fxn to microbodies
lysosome
family of microbodies=
peroxisome
glycoxysomes
transfer Hyrdrogen to oxygen

produce
hydrogen peroxide
peroxisome
in fat storing tissue
glyoxysome
catalyze
hydrogen peroxide > H20 & O2
catalase
resist effects of H2O2
aerobic bacteria

bc have catalase
catalyze destruction of o2 free radicals
superoxide dismutase