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Immunology Question Set 2

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    The lecture Immunology Question Set 2 by Lecturio USMLE is from the course Immunology – Board-Style Questions.


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    1. Bruton agammaglobulinemia
    2. Hereditary angioedema
    3. Chediak-Higashi syndrome
    4. Common variable immunodeficiency
    5. DiGeorge syndrome
    1. Donor A: A5/A5, B8/B2, C3/C8
    2. Donor B: A5/A12, B22/9, C4/C3
    3. Donor C: A7/A4, B2/B4, C8/C3
    4. Donor D: A4/A7, B1/B8, C8/C3
    5. Donor E: A7/A8, B9/B27, C3/C4
    1. Cell-mediated immune responses
    2. Activate B cells
    3. Release granzymes
    4. Responds to extracellular pathogens
    5. Secretes IL – 4
    1. Chediak-Higashi syndrome
    2. Leukocyte adhesion deficiency – 1
    3. Common variable immunodeficiency
    4. Acquired Immunodeficiency syndrome
    5. Congenital thymic aplasia
    1. CD19, Tdt
    2. CD 3, TCR
    3. CD 19, MHC-II
    4. CD 56
    5. MHC – II
    1. Isotype switching
    2. Affinity maturation
    3. Allelic exclusion
    4. Junctional diversity
    5. Somatic hypermutation
    1. Donor A: A5/A5, B8/B2, C3/C8
    2. Donor B: A5/A12, B22/9, C4/C3
    3. Donor C: A7/A4, B2/B4, C8/C3
    4. Donor D: A4/A7, B1/B8, C8/C3
    5. Donor E: A7/A8, B9/B27, C3/C4
    1. Cell-mediated immune responses
    2. Activate B cells
    3. Release granzymes
    4. Responds to extracellular pathogens
    5. Secretes IL – 4
    1. Immunoglobulins IgM
    2. Macrophages secreting proteolytic enzymes
    3. T-Cells
    4. B-Cells
    5. Cytokines produced by CD4 T-cells
    1. Two Pseudomonas aeruginosa bacteria share identical copies of the same plasmid after sharing DNA through a sex pili.
    2. A Helicobacter Pylori produces a prophage encoded toxin.
    3. A strain of MRSA acquires the gene of capsulation from another encapsulated strain via DNS extraction.
    4. A multidrug resistance shigella species can pass the resistance factor “R” to Streptococcus Pneumoniae species.
    5. The biomarkers on an E. coli read “F+” and it cannot transmit the gentamycin resistance to other strains of the similar species.
    1. Release of tumor necrosis factor.
    2. Degradation of lecithin in cell membranes.
    3. Inactivation of elongation factor-2.
    4. Blockage of acetylcholine synthesis.
    5. Acting enzymatically through their lipid and polysaccharide components.
    1. Pseudomembranous colitis
    2. Enteritis
    3. Typhoid
    4. Dysentery
    5. Viral Gastroenteritis
    1. Erythromycin
    2. Interferon-α
    3. Cephazolin
    4. Penicillin
    5. Vancomycin
    1. Delay immunization; come back in 2-3 days
    2. Give half the dose of vaccine
    3. Immunize as per schedule
    4. Split immunizations 1 week apart
    5. Postpone immunization for 6 months

    Author of lecture Immunology Question Set 2

     Lecturio USMLE

    Lecturio USMLE


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