- New York Medical College
- Microbiology & Immunology
- Microbiology & Immunology 1
Last Modified: 2014-09-04
second exposure will generate a very strong secondary immune response. Note that RBCs can undergo lysis or phagocytosis, producing anemia.
- Delayed allergies, taking 2-3 days for symptoms to appear
- T cells are sensitized to allergens
- ***Contact dermatitis*** is a typical result of Type IV hypersensitivity
- Poison Ivy, nickel
- Major basic protein (MBP)
- arginine rich
- binds to eosin
- Cationic protein (ECP)
- Peroxidases trigger histamine release from mast cells
-Not suffiecient by itself to elicit an immune response.
-Must be paired with self-protein, thus is a hapten.
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