Micro 04-02-08 - 4. A newborns immunity to yellow fever. c....

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Whitney Barter Ch. 17 – MC 1-7 4/2/08 1. The type of protection provided by the injection of diphtheria toxoid. d. artificially acquired passive immunity 2. The type of protection provided by the injection of antirabies serum. e. artificially acquired passive immunity 3. The type of protection resulting from recovery from an infection. b. naturally acquired active immunity
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Unformatted text preview: 4. A newborns immunity to yellow fever. c. naturally acquired passive immunity 5. Antibodies that protect the fetus and newborn. d. IgG 6. The first antibodies synthesized; especially effective against microorganisms. e. IgM 7. Antibodies that are bound to mast cells and are involved in allergic reactions. c. IgE...
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2008 for the course BIOL 357 taught by Professor Kalia during the Spring '08 term at University of Louisville.

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