SAMPLE QUIZ QUESTIONS 150 (C) ELISA_HIV

SAMPLE QUIZ QUESTIONS 150 (C) ELISA_HIV - Biology 150...

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Biology 150 – Sample quiz questions – LAB TOPIC C: Simulating and ELISA, HIV and AIDS 1. Public health authorities often advise individuals who think they may have been infected with HIV, but test negative for HIV, to re-take the test several months later. Explain why . 2. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) depresses the immune system of its human victims because the virus a. creates antibodies that attack human red blood cells. c. infects and eventually kills human RNA. b. infects and eventually kills human helper T-cells. d. causes an enzyme linked immunosorbent assay. 3. Retroviruses, such as HIV, are UNIQUE from other viruses in that a. their viral genetic code (set of instructions) is RNA. b. they are 10,000x larger than other viruses. c. they can carry out photosynthesis. d. they invade and take over a host cell using the host cell to make new viruses. 4. In general, how have the number of individuals infected with HIV/AIDs changed since 1983 through 2003 in heterosexuals (i.e., infection via male/female sex) in the United States?
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