Last updated on: 11th October, 2015
All about cells in the immune systemCells of the immune system
Dendritic cells simplified
Mast cell simplified
Monocytes & macrophages simplified
Natural killer cells simplified
Policemen of our body
- The chronicles of the T cell and B cell
Morphology of lymphocytes
Thymus dependent activation of B lymphocytes simplified
About B cells and T cells
Where do B cells and T cells reside in the lymph nodes and spleen?
Maturation of a T cell
Education of T lymphocytes
Function of B lymphocyte simplified
Function of Cytotoxic T lymphocyte simplified
Types of Helper T cells
Why is B cell called a B cell?
Being a B cell
An Autobiography of a T Helper cell about HIV vaccine
Immunology basics- Interleukins
Medicowesome: Chemokines (chemoattractants) mnemonic
Medicowesome: Hematopoietic stem cell differentiation mnemonic
Which interleukins are secreted by T cells? (Mnemonic)
Interleukin 1 mnemonic
Medicowesome: Interleukin 2 mnemonic
- Major Histocompatibility Complex
Which cells have which MHC class?
Medicowesome: HLA, MHC & CD T cell mnemonic
Antigen presenting cells display processed antigens to T cells through which MHC molecule?
How do anti-TNF biologics work?
Immune system has 2 arms - Innate and Adaptive
Ciliated epithelial cells - A physical barrier of the immune system
Antibodies and antigensImmunoglobulin A and IgA deficeincy mnemonic
How superantigens work
What is the difference between immunogenicity and antigenicity?
Functions of antibodies simplified
Antibody structure simplified
Structure of antibody
All about antibodies
All about antibody function (Images from the video)
All about antibody structure (Images from the video)
- Immunology in diagnostics
ELISA: Enzyme Linked Immuno Sorbent Assay
Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) simplified
Immunological disordersRh incompatibility
Question: What happens when mother is Rh positive and fetus is Rh negative?
- Neoplasia, cancer and tumors
Hairy cell leukaemia simplified
7 reasons why cancer cells are immortal
Medicowesome: Immortal cells
- Autoimmune diseases
What happens in type 1 diabetes mellitus?
What happens in type 2 diabetes mellitus?
Once you get an autoimmune disease, you are more likely to get others. Why?
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus and related antibodies
Medicowesome: HLA subtype associated diseases mnemonics
Stages of delayed type of hypersensitivity simplified
Medicowesome: Types of hypersensitivity reactions
Medicowesome: Hypersensitivity types mnemonic
- Immunodeficiency disorders
Leukocyte adhesion deficiency
Medicowesome: Leukocyte adhesion deficiency mnemonic
- Transplantation immunology
Why are transplanted organs rejected?
BacteriologyLiving with bacteria
Teaching immunology to kids: We are friends with bacteria
Cell wall of gram positive and gram negative bacteria mnemonic
About B cereus food poisoning
Random gigglesNitric oxide
T lymphocytes on a slide
If microbes used Facebook
Girl, if we were lymphocytes...
7 bad ass organisms that can survive intracellularly in immune cells
4 bacteria that forgot how to bacteria
7 reasons why Staphylococcus aureus should be your new favorite bacteria
- Neuron pencil
Sweet, sugar and blood
I lead people
- A molecular minute
Catecholamines and the immune system
- Totally comics
Totally Comics - Coming soon
Insulin resistant cells
Ciliated epithelial cells
GreetingsHappy viral birthday
A biologist's easter
I am thankful for..
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