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Question 1 _____ function in humoral immunity, while _____ function in cell-mediated immunity.
Question 2 The beauty of specific immunity is the production of ____ that provide long-lasting protection.
Question 3 Opportunistic pathogens
Question 4 Autoimmunity is typically due to:
Question 5 A _____ is an infection indigenous to animals that can, on occasion, be transmitted to humans.
Question 6 For the next five questions select the term from the list below which best matches each of the descriptions: o Question Selected Match
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines for health care workers regarding the prevention of disease transmission when handling patients and body substances. B. universal (body and body fluid) precautions An animal that transports an infectious agent but is not infected by it. A. mechanical vector The presence of viable bacteria in circulating blood. E. bacteremia Condition in which a toxin (microbial or otherwise) is spread throughout the bloodstream. D. toxemia The microbial cause of disease; the agent. C. pathogen o Question 7 Which is mismatched?
Question 8 Bacterial toxins are chemical products made by bacteria. A person ingests some honey containing Clostridium botulinum . The C. botulinum is actively growing and releases toxin in the honey. The person becomes ill from ingesting the toxin. This is an example of a(n):
Question 9 Which of the following is a special binding substance that enhances immunogenicity and prolongs antigen retention at the injection site?
Question 10 Immunotherapy is the:
Question 11 An acute, sometimes fatal reaction with airway obstruction and circulatory collapse is:
Systemic anaphylaxis Question 12 For questions 51 - 55 use the descriptions from the list below to label the diagnostic test diagram: Questio n Selected Match 51: E. added enzyme substrate is converted to a product which can be measured via spectrophotometry 52: D. patient serum is added; if present, complementary antibody binds to antigen 53: B. after excess antigen is removed by washing, another non-specific protein is added to cover any portion of the well not covered by antigen 54: A. enzyme-labeled anti-antibodies are added and bind to bound antibodies 55: C. pathogen antigen is attached to well in plate o

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