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Ask The Immunologist

Ask The
Immunologist

Our RKMD Web Series packed with
valuable information for our new norm.








Ask The Immunologist Web Series



Meet Dr. Greg Kirchenbaum


Immunologist Dr. Greg Kirchenbaum provides important information about immunology as it relates to the current world pandemic.



Episode 1:


  • What is a novel corona virus?
  • What is an adaptive immune system?
  • Why is this novel corona virus called Covid-19?
  • What a virus is and how does it make us sick?
  • Why is this Covid-19 virus so infectious?
  • The importance of social distancing.


Episode 2:


  • Can you get the corona virus by petting a dog?
  • Why are the elderly and those with compromised immune systems affected more severely?
  • Information about asymptomatic cases.


Episode 3:


  • What is the cytokine storm?
  • The role glutathione plays in keeping the cytokine storm from occurring.
  • Does the flu shot provide any protection from Covid-19?
  • The development of a vaccine for Covid-19.


Episode 4:


  • The difference between testing if you HAVE the virus vs. testing to see if you HAD the virus.
  • Information about the antibody test.
  • Herd immunity explained.
  • A second wave of Covid-19.
  • Technological advances.
  • How scientists share information.
  • B cell response.


Episode 5:


  • The difference between Covid-19 and the flu.
  • What does spike mean?
  • Information about antibodies.
  • Why does a virus like the chicken pox come back later in life as shingles?
  • The difference between a B cell and a T cell?


Episode 6:


  • How does wearing a mask protect you?
  • What is an ACE2 receptor?
  • Why are we seeing more cases in the younger population?
  • Does the antibody response decline over time?
  • Why are some people asymptomatic?
  • What is the difference between a B cell and a memory cell?













                       

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