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Practice Exam FOUR - Test Code = 11112 MCB 2000 Fall 2011...

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MCB 2000 Fall 2011 Practice Exam Four 1. Interferons are types of cytokines that are primarily produced in response to: (1) fungal infection (*) viral infection (3) bacterial infection (4) protozoan infection 2. Type II hypersensitivity is mediated by: (1) TH1 cells (2) any T cell (*) Antibody and complement (4) None of the choices 3. The most effective form of penicillin is: (1) E (2) A (3) B (*) G 4. Bacteria can increase the Earth's temperature by (1) heat generated by metabolic activity (2) absorbing heat through photosynthesis (3) fixing the CO2 (*) producing CH4 (5) generating glucose through photosynthesis 5. These membrane proteins play a major role in body's rejection of transplant organ and tissue. (1) Antibodies (2) Complement proteins (3) Cytokines (*) MHC proteins 6. Which test is used to determine the susceptibility of a microorganism to an antimicrobial agent? (1) Minimum inhibitory test (2) Stability test (3) Ames test (*) Kirby-Bauer test (5) None of these 7. Making antibodies against one's own molecules causes: (1) Cell-mediated immunity (2) Non-specific immunity (3) Passive immunity (4) Innate immunity (*) Autoimmune diseases 8. AIDS patients have a CD4 cell deficiency and they are susceptible to life-threatening viral infections. Knowing this, you can Test Code = 11112
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