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B3. Introduction to innate immunity

Dr Rupsha Fraser

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B2. Activation of an immune response

Dr Rupsha Fraser

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B1. A healthy immune system

Dr Rupsha Fraser

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C4. Infectious diseases: pathogenesis, spread and control

Integrity lecture C4

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C1. Microbiota and homeostasis

Integrity lecture C1

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The immune system: introduction & overview, part 3

Concepts of Danger & self vs non-self

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The immune system: introduction & overview, part 2

Immune cells, organs, molecules & barriers

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Imm3_Bacteria_pt2_bacterial cell walls and recognition

Part 2 of the bacterial lecture for the 2020 Imm3 course. This part briefly covers the role of the bacterial cell wall in determine which effector mechanisms are protective, and how bacteria are…

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Imm3_bacteria_pt3_invasion and barriers

Part three of the immunity to bacteria lecture for the 2020 Imm3 course. This section covers barriers, invasion, and initial immune activaition

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Microorganisms in the Gastrointestinal Tract in Health and Disease - PART I

MBChB year 2 - Nutrition & Digestion module

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Microorganisms, Infection and Immunity 2

For students interested in host-pathogen interaction and infectious diseases. Runs in semester 2, 20 credits.

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Born in a microbial cloud: gatekeepers of a healthy life. Prof Debby Bogaert

Born in a microbial cloud: gatekeepers of a healthy life. Prof Debby Bogaert Part of the College's inaugural lecture series.Recorded 12 November 2018.Abstract: It was only 350 years ago that the…

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Inaugural lecture: Confronting the microbial menace in our food

Farmed animals are vital to global food security but can transmit harmful microbes to humans through the food chain.Among these are bacteria such as Salmonella, Campylobacter and E. coli that cause…

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