Immunology 101

Let’s start from the fundamentals.

In the 11th episode of Immunology 101 series, Dara, Jatin, and Natalie continue their discussion about the journal of the B cell from bone marrow to the spleen.
In the 10th episode of Immunology 101 series, Dara, Jatin, and Natalie talk about B cell development in the bone marrow, some key transcription factors involved in the process, and the hardy fractions of B cell.
In the 9th episode of Immunology 101 series, Dara, Jatin, and Natalie continue talking about T cell development with some details on the molecular level.
Sources: Kuby Immunology
In the 8th episode, Dara, Jatin, and Natalie talk about the process of self love and T cell development.
Sources: Kuby immunology
In the 7th episode of Immunology 101 series, Dara, Eugenio, Jatin, and Natalie talk about the discovery of the T cell receptors, the mechanism of VDJ recombination in T cells, and comparison of VDJ recombination in T and B cells.

Sources:
1. Kuby Immunology
In the 6th episode of Immunology 101 series, Jatin and Natalie talk about the mechanism of VDJ recombination, its epigenetic aspect, and the steps that follow a successful heavy chain rearrangement.

Sources:
Kuby Immunology
Most α/β T Cell Receptor Diversity Is Due to Terminal Deoxynucleotidyl Transferase (nih.gov)
In the 5th episode of Immunology 101 series, Eugenio, Jatin, Natalie, and Samriti talk about the how such an enormous antibody diversity is generated in B cells with limited antibody-coding genes. Jatin also tries to tell a joke which is not funny.
In the 4th episode of Immunology 101 series, Jatin tells a joke which is not even funny. We also talk about the cells of the immune system and what they do.
In the 3rd episode of our immunology 101 series, we talk about the birth of the immune system and faith of an immune cell after it has served its function.
In the second episode, Autumn and Jatin talk about the various types of immunity.
In the first episode of the immunology 101 series, Autumn and Jatin talk about the pioneering scientists whose work gave birth to the field of immunology and medicine.

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