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Unformatted text preview: activation on biomaterial surfaces? A. Factors A and B B. Factors B and D C. Factors H and I D. Factors V and VII _____ D ____5. A transplant of a pig valve to a human is a/an: A. allograft B. autograft C. isograft 1 D. xenograft * * * NOTE CHANGE in QUESTION TYPE * * * 6-10 . The structure of a typical antibody molecule (IgG) is depicted below. Fill in the blank with the appropriate response with a word, words or phrase . A hint is given. ( 1 point each ) A B C D E 6 . At A: ______ binds antigen _____________________(one biologic function of this binding region) 7 . At B: ______ light chain or kappa, lambda ________(specific name of this chain type) 8 . At C: ______ disulfide or S-S ____________________(name of this chemical bond) 9 . At D: ______ carbohydrates _____________________(molecules often associated with this chain type) 2 10 . At E: _______ complement activation, binds to cells ___(one biologic function of this binding region) 3...
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