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Immunology Course based on the Danger Model: Session 1

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Air date: Tuesday, September 22, 2015, 12:30:00 PM
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Category: Special
Runtime: 01:24:25
Description: This is the introductory lesson of the eight-week course. It will cover immunological theory from the 1950's to the present; including Burnet's initial paper inventing the "self-non'self' model of immunity; Lederberg's paper on self-tolerance; Bretscher and Cohn's paper inventing Signal One and Two (help for B cells), Lafferty and Cunningham's paper invent gin signal Two (costimulation), Janeway's paper on Pattern Recognition Receptors, and Matzinger's paper on the Danger model. It serves as the basis for the remaining seven lectures. Hopefully, there will be questions and discussions with the students.
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Author: Polly Matzinger, NIH
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CIT Live ID: 17095
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