MCB 50 Midterm 1 - MCB 50 Practice Exam Questions FILL IN....

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MCB 50 Practice Exam Questions FILL IN. Fill in the correct word(s). Be succinct. When both MHC genes are the same a particular locus (DR3/DR3), the organism is said to be ______________ ______________________ for that MHC gene. The antibody isotype primarily found in the saliva and breast milk is ________________. For activation T cells need to recognize peptide antigen in MHC and a 2' signal which is provided by ________________ on the APC binding to________________on the T cell. Perinatal transmission (from mother to baby) is an example of _ ___________________ transmission. When antibody enhances phagocytic uptake of a pathogen, it is called ___________________. TRUE/FALSE. Please write the entire word "False" or True". _____________ Most pathogens enter the body through the skin, mucosal tissue, or bloodstream. _____________ Pathogens are any organisms that live in or on other larger organisms. _____________ IgM is the predominant antibody isotype found in saliva. _____________ All pathogens evolve with time to become less pathogenic (cause less disease). _____________ All human HLA-A (Class I MHC molecules: A2, A3, A4 etc) present the same peptides.
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2009 for the course MCB 50 taught by Professor Beatty during the Spring '09 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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MCB 50 Midterm 1 - MCB 50 Practice Exam Questions FILL IN....

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