What are the three outcomes of C3a and C3b?

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What are the three outcomes of C3a and C3b?

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    The Complement System: Overview

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    Major component of Innate Immune System

    Consists of over 30 proteins, which participate in a tightly regulated cascade-like activation process.

    Protects host from pathogenic microorganims, contributes to immune complex regulation & is an important link between the innate & adaptive immune systems.

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    3 Major Outcomes of Complement Activation

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    1. Stimulation of inflammatory reactions via release proinflammatory mediators, which induce chemotaxis of leukocytes (leading to microbe destruction) & inflammation

    2. Opsonization of pathogens by depositing fragments of complement proteins on the pathogens, making them more susceptible to phagocytosis

    3. Complement-Mediated Cytolysis, via formation of a Membrane Attack Complex, which can insert itself into bacterial membrane & cause osmotic lysis

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    The Complement System: Overview

    Major component of Innate Immune System

    Consists of over 30 proteins, which participate in a tightly regulated cascade-like activation process.

    Protects host from pathogenic microorganims, contributes to immune complex regulation & is an important link between the innate & adaptive immune systems.

    3 Major Outcomes of Complement Activation

    1. Stimulation of inflammatory reactions via release proinflammatory mediators, which induce chemotaxis of leukocytes (leading to microbe destruction) & inflammation

    2. Opsonization of pathogens by depositing fragments of complement proteins on the pathogens, making them more susceptible to phagocytosis

    3. Complement-Mediated Cytolysis, via formation of a Membrane Attack Complex, which can insert itself into bacterial membrane & cause osmotic lysis

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