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MIMM314 1 GROUP 1 MCGILL UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY FACULTY OF SCIENCE FINAL EXAMINATION IMMUNOLOGY MIMM-314 Examiner: Dr. Roger Palfree Associate Examiner: Dr. Malcolm Baines Date: Thursday, April 28, 2005 Time: 09:00 a.m. Place: GYM DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Multiple choice questions are to be answered on the Answer Sheet provided. Do not fold or bend the sheets. 2. Print your name and student number on the front of the Answer Sheet. 3. INDICATE ON YOUR ANSWER SHEET YOUR GROUP NUMBER (you will find it near the top of this page). 4. Read each question and its numbered answers. When you have decided which alternative is the BEST, mark the whole of the corresponding oval space (bubble) on your answer sheet. Avoid making any stray marks outside the oval. 5. Do not answer more than one mark for any question, otherwise the computer will reject your sheet. If erasing, erase completely. 6. Marking will be on the basis of +1 mark for a correct answer; questions unanswered or wrongly answered will be tallied as "0" when totalling your score. 7. You may use this test booklet for rough work in answering the questions. However, your score will depend upon the answers recorded on the sheet 8. No calculators, notes (texts), dictionaries are allowed. 9. YOU MAY KEEP THIS EXAM THIS EXAMINATION CONSISTS OF 90 QUESTIONS (SHORT ) Notes, text books, technical dictionaries are NOT allowed (translation dictionaries are permitted). The Examination Security Monitor Program detects pairs of students with unusually similar answer patterns on multiple-choice exams. Data generated by this program can be used as admissible evidence, either to initiate or corroborate an investigation or a charge of cheating under Section 16 of the Code of Student Conduct and Disciplinary Procedures.
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MIMM314 2 TYPE 1 QUESTIONS CHOOSE THE MOST CORRECT OR APPROPRIATE ANSWER 1. The idea of antibodies and antigens fitting together in a complementary "lock and key" manner, and the "side-chain" theory were formulated by: 1. Louis Pasteur 2. Elie Metchnikoff 3. Paul Ehrlich 4. Sir Macfarlane Burnet 5. Peter Brian Medawar RP Ans. 3 2. Which of the following cells differentiated within the myeloid lineage, is particularly found in the epidermis, and can be stimulated to express ligands for CD28? 1. keratinocyte. 2. eosinophil. 3. M cell. 4. follicular dendritic cell. 5. Langerhans cell. RP Ans. 5 3. In principle, which of the following might be useful in reducing the effects of a viral infection in one person, if it is transferred from another person who has recently mounted a strong adaptive immune response to the same virus? 1. T helper cells of type 1. 2.
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