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What antibody is very SENSITIVE for lupus?
Substance that activates neutrophils and macrophages in emphysema
Ligand on T cells for its costimulatory receptor on B cells and dendritic cells
Most common skin manifestation of lupus
Antibody associated with spontaneous abortions in lupus
Hormone or hormone derivative that stimulates thymocytes, lymphocytes, cytokines, and VCAM/ICAM
Biologic therapy for lupus Belimumab stops B cell activity by inhibiting what?
Patients lacking this enzyme cannot make either T cells or B cells
20 yo Asian female presents with weight loss, fever, one arm 10mmHg in BP less than the other, diastolic murmur in aortic area. What is the tx?
C1 INH deficiency results in
Most common clinical presentation of XLA
Cytokine in psoriasis that causes T cells to differentiate into Th17 and Th22 cells
Major co-receptor for HIV found on T cells and macrophages, initial entry point
Most common gene mutation in CVID
G-protein coupled receptor on T cells, B cells, and hematopoietic stem cells for SDF-1/CXCL-12; important co-receptor for HIV in late infection
Important distinguishing feature of malar rash in lupus (spares what?)
Watery diarrhea & failure to thrive, dermatitis and infant-onset IDDM are typical features of what immunodeficiency?
Deficiency in this receptor results in macrophages being unable to control mycobacterial infections
Activation of this receptor co-stimulates and upregulates AID, responsible for Ig class switching and affinity maturation
Deficiency in this can result in hereditary angioneurotic edema
Gene that mediates VDJ recombination of TCR and BCR
IPEX (immune dysregulation polyendocrinopathy enteropathy x-linked disease) is caused by loss of what?
Cytokine secreted by Th1 cells and NK cells, growth factor for T cells and B cells
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Mutations in this ligand cause X-linked hyper-IgM syndrome
HIV envelope glycoprotein that binds to CD4 co-receptor on class II MHC-restricted T cells
Characteristic clinical presentation of SCID
Deficiency of this enzyme leads to accumulation of toxic purine metabolites in cells that are actively synthesizing DNA
Cytokine in psoriasis that drives keratinocyte hyperplasia and secretion of IL-17
Innate receptor that may be responsible for mechanism of emphysema
Cytokine produced by basophils and Th2 cells
Defective enzyme in chronic granulomatous disease
Receptor for iC3b on macrophages
Hormone or hormone derivative that reduces apoptosis in self-reactive B cells
What therapy clears bullous pemphigus?
What antibody is useful for measuring disease activity of lupus?
Absent molecule in leukocyte adhesion deficiency
Patients with drug-induced lupus usually test positive for what?
Possible infectious cause of lupus in children
Main steroidal treatment of lupus
Immunodeficiency characterized by recurrent intracellular bacterial and fungal infections
Gene that permits receptor editing in peripheral tissues
What bacterial infection can recur in patients with deficiencies in late-acting complement components?
Immunodeficiency in which phagocytosis is impaired
Chimeric anti-CD20 monoclonal antibody indicated for lupus
Rapid onset dypsnea is characteristic of what type of vasculitis?
Immunodeficiency that often does not present until the patient is in his/her 20s or 30s
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Most common treatment for XLA
Signaling subunit that undergoes a mutation in X-linked SCID
Deficiency in this can result in paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria
CD4+ T cell count in which a patient infected with HIV is considered to be suffering from AIDS
Neutrophils release what in response to carbon black?
Anti-phospholipid syndrome, or an autoimmune hypercoagulative state, is characterized by what?
What cytokine might prime endothelial antigens to be exposed, bringing in anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies in vasculitis?
Chief cytokine for proliferation of lymphocytes, deficiency in this cytokine strongly resembles SCID
Cleavage product of iC3b that binds CD21 on B cells to help stimulate them
Rapid onset of wrist drop or foot drop is a nervous system manifestation characteristic of what?
Patients with active hepatitis B might develop what type of vasculitis?
Cytokine that activates Ig class switching to non-cytolytic IgG2 and IgG4
Most important gene in current research for lupus
T cell deficiency due to congenital malformation resulting in defective development of the thymus, PT glands, and the heart
Component of receptors for IL-2, IL-4, IL-7, IL-9, and IL-15
What antibody is very SPECIFIC for lupus?
DAF deficiency can result in
Mutated enzyme in X-linked agammaglobulinemia
Patients that are homozygous deficient in this receptor are virtually immune to HIV
Cytokine that can induce promiscuous killing by CTLs, activate killing by NK cells, and overcome T cell anergy
Irreversible blindness can occur in what type of vasculitis?
Enzyme that undergoes mutation in autosomal SCID

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