Immunology (Neutrophil) Lecture 3 Part 3 A review of immunology
Immunology (Neutrophils) Lecture 3 Part 1 A review of Immunology
Immunology (Neutrophil) Lecture 3 Part 8 A review of Immunology
Neutrophil Chemotaxis Human neutrophils are mobile cells that will quickly migrate to sites of injury to help fight infection. They are attracted there by chemical signals released by other cells of the immune system or by invading microbes. In this experiment substance is released from micropipette that makes the neutrophils polarize and move towards that location. --- It's Never too Late to Study --- Notice This video is copyright by its respectful owners. The website address on the video does not mean anything. ---
Immunology (Neutrophil) Lecture 3 Part 19/19 A review of Immunology
Immunology (Neutrophil) Lecture 3 Part 13 A review of Immunology
Neutrophil granulocyte Neutrophil granulocyte chasing bacterium
治~~~習慣性~~~~流產~~~好方法 治習慣性流產好方法Use of granulocyte colony-stimulating factor for the treatment of unexplained recurrent miscarriage: a randomised controlled trial F. Scarpellini and M. Sbracia1 Hungaria Center for Endocrinology and Reproductive Medicine (CERM), 00198 Rome, Italy 1 Correspondence address. Center for Endocrinology and Reproductive Medicine, Via Carlo Porta 10, 00153 Rome, Italy. Tel: +39-06-5812996; Fax: +39-06-5880096; E-mail: marcandrea@ BACKGROUND: Recurrent miscarriage (RM) is defined as the occurrence of three or more clinically detectable pregnancy losses in the first trimester. In most cases of RM, its aetiology remains unexplained. Granulocyte colony-stimulating factor (G-CSF), a cytokine, and its receptor are expressed in placental tissue. To investigate the effectiveness of G-CSF in preventing embryo demise, we administered G-CSF to women with RM. METHODS: A randomised controlled trial in women with RM treated with G-CSF or placebo was conducted in one private reproductive medicine clinic. Sixty-eight women with unexplained primary RM, all with at least four consecutive miscarriages and negative for all clinical investigations, were selected. Patients were randomized for sc treatment with G-CSF (n = 35) (1 µg/kg/day) starting on the sixth day after ovulation, or with placebo (n = 33). Patients were randomized using a computer-generated randomization number sequence. Pregnancy outcome (delivery of a healthy baby without major or minor malformations ...
Immunology (Neutrophil) Lecture 3 Part 11 A review of Immunology
Immunology (Neutrophil) Lecture 3 Part 6 A review of Immunology
Immunology (Neutrophils) Lecture 3 Part 2 A review of Immunology
Cell Migration in Gradient ONIX™ Movies Courtesy Jason Park, Lim Lab, UCSF Chemotaxis of differentiated neutrophil-like HL-60 cells in a stable gradient of formyl-Met-Leu-Phe, a potent chemoattractant for granulocytes. Note the cell movement downwards as the attractant was added midway through the movie.
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I've Got Salsa in My Blood Mixed Flourescent and Dark Field Microscopic Time Lapse Images of a Human White Blood Cell in Spontaneous, Nontranslational Motion Put to a Salsa Beat
Neutrophil phagocytosis of a 4.6 μm bead
Angel Darina. UPDATED 21.2.10 Darina was born on 15.06.2003. At the age of three she was diagnosed with rare form of leukemia. She was in need of at about 300 000 euro for a bone marrow transplantation in Israel - unaffordable amount of money for her family (and for almost any other family I guess). A charity campaign for donations was started and Darina touched so many hearts all over the country - thousands of people donated and the money were collected in at about 3 months. This was never seen before in Bulgaria. Dari had (and still have) the magic power to touch the hearts in a very specail way. So the money were collected and she went to Israel in time to receive her lifesaving treatment. The most suitable bone marrow donor was her mother (even she was not a perfect match) and on 15.03.2007 Dari underwent an successful bone marrow transplantation (as the professor said). For our great sorrow, unfortunately, Dari caught a flu-like infection, with a virus which would be harmless for a healthy human, but could easy kill a child whose immune system is so weak (due to the transplantation related immune supressing treatment). Two and a half months after the transplantation (on 30.05.2007), at the hospital in Israel, precious little Darina flew on her way to Heaven. No more pain for her tender body. From Edisweet ^ Thankyousomuch. Darina was so young when she passed on after battling an extremely rare form of Leukemia for a while. I am unaware of her birthdate, nor the date she went to ...
Immunology (Neutrophil) Lecture 3 Part 17 A review of Immunology
Eosinophil Granulocyte Darkfield video of a live blood sample illuminated by MicroLumination Model 2000 LightSource mounted in the base of an Amscope Model T400A-M showing the bi-lobed nucleus of a eosinophil cell with somatids transiting the image.
The Immune System (A Musical Interpretation) A neutrophil chasing bacteria. Set to music. And dedicated to the University of Glasgow Biochems 2008 =)
Granulocytes A short stop motion animation made by me for my Science in Society class.
Phagocyte Me A bio project gone crazy. Suitable for teaching the immune system section in Unit 4 of A Level Biology. :) Music: Boston - Augustana, O Fortuna - Chór Akademicki UW, Tubular Bells - Mark Oldfield, and Despertar - Aisha Duo.
Immunology (Neutrophil) Lecture 3 Part 14 A review of Immunology
Immunology (Neutrophil) Lecture 3 Part 16 A review of Immunology
Vetericyn Neutrophils are the most abundant type of white blood cells in humans and form an integral part of the immune system. As demonstrated in the video below, a human neutrophil senses and moves toward a yeast cell. Next, it surrounds and digests the yeast cell. The neutrophil uses an oxidative or respiratory burst to produce a number of active ingredients including hypochlorous acid to kill the yeast.
Neutrophil moving to the site of infection This is a video of how a neutrophil (and other cells of the immune system) move to the sight of infection. Notice how they squeeze through the endothelial cells to get into the infected tissue.
"Immune" Documentary - Part 4 - Neutrophils Part 4 of my documentary for Biology class.
Neutrophil Chase This is a classic movie from the 1950's created by David Roger at Vanderbilt University.
Human granulocytes kill cervical cancer cells Read more: Watch the yellow arrow on this video which points out where a type of white blood cell called a granulocyte is killing cervical cancer cells.
Neutrophil Chase This video shows a neutrophil chasing a bacteria in the midst of red blood cells. This video is from: Essential Cell Biology, 3rd Edition Alberts, Bray, Hopkin, Johnson, Lewis, Raff, Roberts, & Walter ISBN: 978-0-8153-4129-1
Adam Saluev Adam Saluev UPDATED ON 19/12/2010 I am posting this video cause kostmann syndrome is not very well known to people. This is my nephew Adam. I can't explain how he got kostmann syndrome.But it got all revealed after a surgery in Russia. He's 4 years old now and doing fine taking he's medicines. Docters said on he's 6 years he'll have to undergo a sugery. If you read further you'll know what kostmann syndrome is. FOR QUESTIONS PLEASE PM ME I WILL GLADLY ANSWER THEM TO YOU. Question: What is Kostmann's syndrome? Answer: Kostmann's syndrome is an inherited disorder of the bone marrow. Children born with this condition lack neutrophils (a type of white blood cell that is important in fighting infection, also called granulocytes). These children suffer frequent infections from bacteria which in the past led to death in three-quarters of cases before 3 years of age. This disease is also known as severe congenital neutropenia (SCN). Children with SCN have no special problems with viral or fungal infections. They do, however, have an increased risk of developing acute myelogenous leukemia or myelodysplasia, a bone marrow disorder. Aside from agranulocytosis, the bone marrow and blood show a number of other abnormalities (including maturational arrest of neutrophil precursors at the promyelocyte stage, absolute monocytosis, eosinophilia and thrombocytosis). The gamma globulin level (antibodies) in blood is low, further increasing the risk for infection. The inheritance of the ...
Granulocyte in the Caudal Hematopoeitic Tissue at 4 dpf Murayama E, et al Tracing Hematopoietic Precursor Migration to Successive Hematopoietic Organs during Zebrafish Development, ImmunityVolume 25, Issue 6, , December 2006, Pages 963-975.
Immunology (Neutrophil) Lecture 3 Part 12 A review of Immunology
Neutrophil Adhesion Migration and Phagocytosis A neutrophil travels along the capillary endothelial layer. Endothelial cells are triggered to express selectins on their surface for neutrophil integrin-mediated adherence. Transendothelial migration allows the neutrophil to traverse the blood endothelial layer. Squeezing into the extra-capillary space where migration towards a chemotactic gradient (chemotaxis) helps it to locate the pathogen. Subsequent phagocytosis ensues.
NET by murine BM derived neutrophil Here you see a cell literally spilling its guts :-) A murine bone marrow derived neutrophilic granulocyte probably couldn't handle all the mechanical stress it had to endure during preparation for a confocal microscope experiment. So as a reaction to danger signals it started the process that produces the so-called NETs, Neutrophil Extracellular Traps. This process is at this moment thought to usually be used against microbes to impede their movement and prevent further spreading throughout the body. Pictures for video taken with a Olympus FV1000+ confocal laser scanning microscope at the Microscopic Imaging Center (MIC) of the Nijmegen Center for Molecular Life Sciences (NCMLS). Processing of the images and generation of the video was done with Fiji (ImageJ).
Blood Cell Bakery--Neutrophils Joanne of discusses neutrophils (main component of pus) of the blood using gingerbread cookies designed by Ms. Humble of http These cells are used to determine the gender of a victim in a crime scene! The introductory video is linked within this video
Pediatric Lab Neutrophils The importance of band neutrophils and the "left shift" in the pediatric complete blood count (CBC).
neutrophils in action neutrophils phagocytosing bacteria
Immunology (Neutrophil) Lecture 3 Part 10 A review of Immunology
Immunology (Neutrophil) Lecture 3 Part 7 A review of Immunology
Granulocytes Found in nasal fluid, these cells are involved with allergenic responses and in some cases parasitic infections.