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-Antibody transferred to Individual

-No memory
Passive

Ex. Gamma globulin injection
-Individual Produces Antibody

-Memory
Active

takes time (work to produce Ab)

-long lasting
Rubella immuniation-what type of immunity?
Active
neonatal syphilitic IgG antibody titers-what type of immunity?
Passive
Natural immunity
Innate immunity
non-specific
no memory
Natural (innate)

exogenous (skin)
endogenous (stomach acid)
Phagocytosis (PMNs)
NK (natural killer cells)
Adaptive immunity
Aquired immunity
Specific
Memory

Ex: T cells (cytokines) & B cells (antibodies)
Adaptive (Aquired)
B cell (Plasma cell)/Antibody

Defense against beacterial infections (extracellular organisms)

Antibody dependent cellular cytotoxicity
Humoral Adaptive Immunity
T cell/lymphokines

Defense against viral/fungal infections (intracellular organisms)

Delayed Hypersensitivity (Transplant rejection)
Cellular Adaptive Immunity