Hypersensitivity: Type 2

by Peter Delves, PhD

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    The lecture Hypersensitivity: Type 2 by Peter Delves, PhD is from the course Hypersensitivity and Autoimmune Disease. It contains the following chapters:

    • A Closer Look on Type II Hypersensitivity
    • The Role of Antibodies in Type II Hypersensitivity
    • The Transfusion Reactions
    • Hemolytic Disease of the Fetus and Newborn

    Included Quiz Questions

    1. Autoimmune hemolytic anemia
    2. Systemic lupus erythematosus
    3. Eczema
    4. Tuberculin sensitivity
    5. Asthma
    1. Autoantibodies against the TSH receptor leads to overproduction of thyroid hormone
    2. Autoantibodies against ligand for TSH receptor leads to no stimulation of thyroid epithelial cells
    3. Overproduction of ligand leads to downregulation of TSH receptors
    4. Autoantibodies against TSH receptors leads to no production of thyroid hormone
    5. Upregulation of TSH receptor leads to autoantibodies against thyroid epithelial cells
    1. N-acetyl-fucosamine
    2. Fucose
    3. Galactose
    4. N-acetyl-galactosamine
    5. N-acetyl-glucosamine
    1. No, both A and B
    2. Both A and B, no
    3. A, B
    4. B, A
    5. O, both A and B
    1. Exposure to rhesus D during labor is required for IgG anti-rhesus antibodies to develop
    2. Antibodies can only cross the placenta in subsequent pregnancies
    3. Anti-rhesus antibodies take longer than 9 months to become active
    4. Transfer of IgG antibodies does not occur in the first pregnancy
    5. Sensitization to rhesus D occurs due injection of rhesus D antibodies to the mother 72 hours post-partum

    Author of lecture Hypersensitivity: Type 2

     Peter Delves, PhD

    Peter Delves, PhD

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