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2 main categories of disease

Infectious & non infectious

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a cell surface marker seen as foreign

antigen

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cholera is caused by this pathogen

bacteria

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a disease that can be passed on

infectious, contagious

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the immune response is what line of defence

3rd line

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These cells are responsible for cell mediated immunity

T cells

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this term refers to the type of immune system present from birth

innate

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The four types of T cells are

Helper, Cytotoxic, Memory, Suppressor

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These cells are responsible for antibody mediated immunity

B cells

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famous for his swan -neck experiment

Louis Pasteur

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these cells produce antibodies

plasma cells

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the attachment of antibodies to antigens forms this

antigen-antibody complex

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responsible for the 4 steps to determine which pathogen causes which disease

Robert Koch

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3 examples that are a part of the 1st line of defence

cilia (hairs), mucous, skin 
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transmission of pathogens via droplets, vectors, food or surfaces

indirect contact

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the term given when a disease occurs globally

pandemic

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the rate of new cases over a period of time

incidence

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name given to a chemical that initiates an inflammatory response

histamine

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when a disease occurs in a country or geographical area

epidemic
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the name given to the group of chemicals used to control viruses

antivirals

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the type of phagocyte involved in presenting the antigen to the helper T cell

macrophage

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a weakened or dead form of a pathogen given to a person to develop immunity

vaccine
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the name given to the engulfing of foreign substances

phagocytosis

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these proteins prevent replication of viruses

interferons

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the type of immunity when a person is given antibodies for a specific disease

passive immunity

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