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80J_quiz5KEY - NAME: ANSWER KEY TA/Section Time: BIOL 80J...

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NAME: ANSWER KEY BIOL 80J TA/Section Time: QUIZ #5 1 True/False: Indicate if the statement is True (A) or False (B). (False statements are in BOLD ! ) 1. A potential reason for a HIV false positive result is that the body has yet to produce measurable levels of HIV antibodies. (false negative) 2. When testing for HIV, if the initial test is positive, then no other HIV test is performed. (confirmatory tests done) 3. In Western blot testing, there is only one uniform, standard set of HIV antigens that are looked for. (depends on the guidelines used) 4. Opportunistic infections (OI) in AIDS-diagnosed males are ALL the same as in AIDS-diagnosed females. (see#7) 5. Infection by Candida albicans would be a viral infection. (yeast/fungal) 6. Toxoplasmosis infection is correlated with AIDS dementia and loss of brain tissue. 7. Invasive cervical cancer is not considered an opportunistic infection in females with HIV. (it is!) 8. CD4 count is a way to quantify the progession of HIV infection. 9. Mycobacteriosis (MAI infection) is normally found in humans. (birds, avian)
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2008 for the course BIO 80J taught by Professor Zavenelli during the Winter '08 term at UCSC.

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