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Multiple Choice Practice 1. What is true of cellular and humoral immune responses? a. Both cellular and humoral responses rely on cytokines b. Generally, intracellular pathogens activate cellular immunity, while extracellular pathogens activate humoral immunity c. The same infection can cause both a Th1 and a Th2 response d. The Th2 profile leads to antibody production, while the Th1 profile activates macrophages e. All of the above 2. What are the characteristic signs that define inflammation? a. Redness, heat, enlarged lymph nodes b. Swelling, heat, redness, pain, loss of function c. Perspiration, aches, swelling, headache d. Heat, bruising, pus, coughing 3. Which of the following is a correct differentiation between T cells and B cell development?
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