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EXAMPLE PRACTICE EXAMINATION– FS11 only 40 points Page 1 of 6 BLD 434 Name (print) __________________________ Exam I Signature __________________________ Directions: This examination is worth 50 points and you have 60 minutes to complete it. Each question is worth 1 point unless otherwise indicated. The examination will be hand-graded, so for multiple choice cleanly circle the letter of the answer you choose, for matching put the letter on the blank next to the question number, and for short answer please print or write legibly in the space provided. 1. T helper cells have what proteins on their cell surface? a. CD3 and CD4 b. CD3 and CD8 c. CD4 and CD8 2. Which of the following cells arises from the myeloid progenitor? a. Natural killer cell b. Neutrophil c. B lymphocyte 3. Which of the following is a polymorphonuclear leukocyte found in peripheral blood? a. Dendritic cell b. Eosinophil c. Monocyte 4. Which of the following characteristics applies to innate immunity? a. Strength of response is constant from one infection to the next b. Highly variable antigen receptors are present on the cells c. Slow to respond on initial (primary) exposure to a pathogen 5. What is the best definition of primary lymphoid tissue ? a. Tissue/organ where lymphocytes develop b. Tissue/organ where lymphocytes are first activated by antigen c. Tissue/organ where lymphocytes perform their effector function(s) 6. What cell type localizes to the PALS in the spleen? a. B lymphocytes b. T lymphocytes c. Erythrocytes 7. How do naïve lymphocytes exit a lymph node when not stimulated by antigen? a. Blood vessel (vein) b. Afferent lymphatic vessel c. Efferent lymphatic vessel
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EXAMPLE PRACTICE EXAMINATION– FS11 only 40 points Page 2 of 6 8. What is a “lag phase”? a. The time it takes innate immune cells to cause tissue inflammation. b. The time it takes for antigen to move from infected tissue to lymph nodes.
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