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Unformatted text preview: displayed on MHC class I molecules? a. Mitochondria b. Polyphagosome c. Golgi apparatus d. Proteosomes e. Lysosome 6. Antigen processed via the ________ is displayed by the MHC class II molecule. a. Proteosomes b. Perforin c. Phagolysosome d. CD4+ cells e. Proton pump 7. Apoptosis is a cruel death for immature T-lymphocyte that: a. Get trapped in the spleen b. Fail to produce sufficient IgE c. React with specific peptides present in MHC class I molecules d. Turn into plasma cells e. Are lysed by the perforins of cytotoxin B-lymph 8. What triggers cytotoxic T-lymphocytes to generate perforins that destroys virus containing host cells? a. Recognition of viral peptides in MHC class I molecules b. Recognition of phagolysomal breakdown products c. Recognition of self peptides presented on the cell membrane d. IgM opsonization of virus particles e. Virus particles budding from cell membrane...
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