Prac Prob Set 4B lect 32-35

Prac Prob Set 4B lect 32-35 - Prac Prob Set 4B Lect 32-35...

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Prac Prob Set 4B Lect 32-35 Book questions 7 th Chap 43 #2, 7, 8; Ch 45 # 7, 8 Ch 49 #7 1. Smoking often inhibits the action of ciliated cells that line the respiratory tract. What will be the effect of this on the smoker's health? 2. Explain why many anti-inflammatory drugs contain chemicals that block the action of histamine. 3. A small inbred family in Bulgaria is identified as having a nonsense mutation in a gene which encodes a protein that is necessary for phagocytosis in macrophages. What would be the effect, if they are homozygous recesssive? 4. B cells are to viruses in blood as ____________ are to virally infected cells. 5. B cell receptor is to _ ______________ as endocrine receptor is to hormone. 6. If a Bcell is displaying a viral antigen on its MHC1, what is it waiting for? If a Bcell is displaying a viral antigen on its MHC2, what is it waiting for? 7. If a respiratory cell is infected with the Brunellian virus, it can no longer display MHC1s on its surface. What will be the result on immune function? 8.
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This note was uploaded on 05/01/2008 for the course BIO 61 taught by Professor Geoff during the Spring '08 term at Pacific.

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