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Bisc300-2002final - BISC300L Final Exam Susskind's Questions p 1 MULTIPLE CHOICE CIRCLE THE LETTER OF THE ONE BEST ANSWER Do not list more answers

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BISC300L. Final Exam. 12/13/02. Susskind’s Questions. p. 1 MULTIPLE CHOICE: CIRCLE THE LETTER OF THE ONE BEST ANSWER. Do not list more answers than the number requested. 1. (1 pt) Shade the constant region(s) of this Ig molecule: 2. (1 pt) Shade the variable region(s) of this Ig molecule: 3. (1 pt). Shade the heavy chain(s) of this Ig molecule: 4. (1 pt) Shade the light chain(s) of this Ig molecule: 5. (1 pt) What does Ig stand for? Your answer must be spelled correctly in order to receive credit.
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BISC300L. Final Exam. 12/13/02. Susskind’s Questions. p. 2 MULTIPLE CHOICE: CIRCLE THE LETTER OF THE ONE BEST ANSWER. Do not list more answers than the number requested. 6. (1 pt) 7. (5 pts) At the base of each arrow, write the name of the part of the Ig molecule. Nine answers are ABBREVIATIONS that must be properly formatted.
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BISC300L. Final Exam. 12/13/02. Susskind’s Questions. p. 3 MULTIPLE CHOICE: CIRCLE THE LETTER OF THE ONE BEST ANSWER. Do not list more answers than the number requested. 8. (1 pt) Which type directly kills virus-infected human cells? A. macrophage B. T c cell (CTL) C. Th (T H ) cell D. B cell E. all of the above 9. (1 pt) The ability to make antibody quickly on second challenge with a given antigen is an illustration of immunological: A. Memory B. Specificity C. Tolerance D. Diversity E. All of the above 10. (1 pt) How many complementarity-determining regions make up one antigen-binding pocket (a.k.a. antigen-binding site)? A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 6 E. 12 11. (1 pt) How many antigen-binding pockets (sites) does the Ig shown in question 1 have? A. 1 B. 2 C. 4 D. 6 E. 12 12. (1 pt) Give the three-letter abbreviation for the antibody class or isotype that is most abundant in blood (serum). Your answer must be properly formatted in order to receive credit. 13. (1 pt) Give the three-letter abbreviation for the antibody class or isotype that is most important for allergies. Your answer must be properly formatted in order to receive credit. 14. (1 pt) Give the three-letter abbreviation for the antibody that is found in mucus and saliva. Your answer must be properly formatted in order to receive credit. 15. (1 pt) As the antibody named in question 14 transverses an epithelial cell, the
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This note was uploaded on 05/12/2008 for the course BISC 300L taught by Professor Finkel,susskind during the Spring '02 term at USC.

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Bisc300-2002final - BISC300L Final Exam Susskind's Questions p 1 MULTIPLE CHOICE CIRCLE THE LETTER OF THE ONE BEST ANSWER Do not list more answers

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