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Unformatted text preview: Name: Q M; ‘ Student Number: Section B — True or False. (10 marks) . Write TRUE or FALSE for all the following statements (‘T’ or ‘F’ is NOT acceptable). Each question is worth one mark. - Question TRUE or FALSE 1. Dendritic Cell and process antigen in the l / nodes, and efficient y present it to T cells in the eripher False tissues. 2- MI proteins present peptide-anti gen to CD4 T cells. FIRE: V Lamas]: 3. Innate immunity and adaptive immunity arise from isolated systems of cells and mediators that do not interact with one Edge / another. 4. At some stage the classical pathwa of complement activation . V” requires lymphocyte activity. CIR, ochwl‘fd b3 Tlruf’. othhkifii‘es ‘ 5. In the human, MHCI (Class I) is expressed on all nucleated ,T .1/' cells. H22 6. Adjuvants are usefiil components of vaccines because they / non—specific ally boost antigen immunoreactivity. TVUE. 7. A postulate of the clonal selection theory is that each lymphocyte bears a SWEI with multiple B lg g ( % M specificities. 8. Antibodies and certain complement components are similar in their ability to opsonize some pathogens. M 9. P / Immune responses are always beneficial for the host. OtlSQ watttvm 10. An individual with a genetic mutation that results in a lack of T / expression of Bg-Inicroglobulin (BzM) would have weak or l’U‘Q nonexistent CD8 T cell responses 10 mm Teetfll rm 7th 9mm Page4 of"! ...
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