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Immunology Past Exam 1999 - Qiurio

Immunology Past Exam 1999

Past exam at P&S from 1999, only the immunology questions

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Question 1
Lymphocytes derive from
A. The liver
B. The spleen
C. The thymus
D. The bone marrow


Question 2
Antigens that are synthesized by a cell, such as a viral protein, are presented to the immune system in conjunction with
A. None of the above
B. CD40 ligand
C. MHC-II proteins
D. MHC-I proteins


Question 3
Which of the following is true about immunoglobulin (Ig) receptors on B cells andantigens:
A. For each unique antigen there are an infinite number of Ig receptors
B. For each unique antigen there are a number of Ig receptors
C. For each unique antigen there is one and only one Ig receptor


Question 4
Professional antigen-presenting cells present antigen in conjunction with
A. B7
B. T cell receptor


Question 5
T4 and T8 cells both need accessory cell-adhesion molecules to bind to the cells that are presenting antigen to them. Which combination describes the combinations of accessory molecules accurately
A. Neither


Question 6
Which of he following is not true of plasma cells:
A. All of the above are correct
B. They are present in the bone marrow and lymphocytes
C. The are capable of secreting all the different types of antibodies
D. They synthesize an antibody that is fundamentally the same as the one manifested on the surface of the B cell from which they derived
E. They carry immunoglobulins on their surface


Question 7
Interleukin-2 plays an important role in the immune response. It’s main function is to:
A. All of the above are the results of interleukin-2's actions
B. Activate macrophages
C. Increase the number of helper T cells that can respond to a particular antigen
D. Stimulate the differentiation of B cells into plasma cells


Question 8
Which of the following pairs of immunoglobulins are most able to “fixing complement?”
A. IgD and IgE
B. IgD and IgM
C. IgG and IgM
D. Ig A and IgD
E. IgA and IgE


Question 9
Activation of the complement cascade has all of the following actions except:
A. Activation of clotting
B. Chemotaxis
C. Lysis of target membrane
D. Opsonization




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