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Immunology Practice Questions 2004 (SSN) - Qiurio

Immunology Practice Questions 2004 (SSN)

3 immunology questions with explanations from the SSN team in 2004







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Question 1
Which of the following molecules functions as pattern recognition receptors in the immune system?
A. MHC molecules
B. Antibodies
C. Toll-like receptors
D. B-cell receptors
E. T-cell receptors

Explanation

Question 2
Cytotoxic T-lymphocytes (CTLs) are isolated from a volunteer's serum and placed in a test tube. They are then mixed with another person's virally infected leukocytes. The result of this interaction would be
A. An exaggerated response
B. Tolerance
C. No response
D. A moderate response
E. Cytotoxicity, or killing of the virally infected cells

Explanation

Question 3
Interferon gamma is produced in the largest quantities with
A. Activated TH2 cells
B. Activated TH1 cells
C. Activated dendritic cells
D. Activated macrophages
E. Activated CTLs

Explanation

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