Note: Each outline entry is a hyperlink that will take you to relevant text and figures.
I. Lymphocytes and lymphatic tissues
A. Cellular mobility and traffic in the immune system. [Download and Print]
B. Lymphocyte recirculation Web Site presents images and text that show how lymphocyte recirculation makes multiple tissues act as one immune system.
II. Lymphatic tissues in the adult body
A. Primary lymphatic tissues [Download and Print]
1. Bone marrow
b. B-cell development occurs in specific compartments and involves movement (i.e. circulation and locomotion).
b. T-cell development occurs in specific compartments as well.
c. Thymus microenvironments and cells that influence T-cell development (i.e., Macrophages, Dendritic cells, Nurse cells)
B. Secondary lymphatic tissues [Download and Print]
2. Lymph nodes
f. Tissue changes during immune response
b. Antigen uptake (blood filter)
4. Mucosal associated lymphatic tissues (e.g., Peyer's patch)
III. Mucosal and Peripheral Immunity (One Immune System or Two?)
IV. Source References:
New Text (in paperback), Travers et al (eds): Immunobiology
Clinically Relevant Text, R.R. Rich et al (eds): Clinical Immunology: Principles & Practice
Definitive "Mucosal" Text, Ogra et al (eds): Mucosal Immunology
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