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Microbiology Question Set 2

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    The lecture Microbiology Question Set 2 by Lecturio USMLE is from the course Microbiology - High Yield Questions.


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    1. ssRNA enveloped viruses
    2. ssRNA naked viruses
    3. dsRNA enveloped viruses
    4. dsRNA naked viruses
    5. ssDNA enveloped viruses
    1. Polymorphonuclear leukocytosis
    2. Decreased protein content
    3. Elevated glucose concentration
    4. Lymphocytosis
    5. Eosinophilia
    1. HbsAg +, Anti-HbsAg -, Anti-HbcAg IgM -, Anti-HbcAg IgG +, HbeAg +, Anti-HbeAg -
    2. HbsAg +, Anti-HbsAg -, Anti-HbcAg IgM +, Anti-HbcAg IgG -, HbeAg +, Anti-HbeAg -
    3. HbsAg -, Anti-HbsAg +, Anti-HbcAg IgM -, Anti-HbcAg IgG +, HbeAg -, Anti-HbeAg +
    4. HbsAg -, Anti-HbsAg +, Anti-HbcAg IgM -, Anti-HbcAg IgG -, HbeAg -, Anti-HbeAg -
    5. HbsAg -, Anti-HbsAg -, Anti-HbcAg IgM +, Anti-HbcAg IgG -, HbeAg -, Anti-HbeAg +
    1. Gram positive diplococci
    2. Gram positive cocci in clusters
    3. Gram negative diplococci
    4. Gram negative rod
    5. Cannot be seen with gram staining since organism is lacking the cell wall
    1. Colon cancer
    2. Dental caries
    3. Sickle cell disease
    4. Subacute sclerosing panencephalitis
    5. HIV/AIDS
    1. GABA (GABA = Gamma Aminobutyric acid)
    2. Acetylcholine
    3. Norepinephrine
    4. Serotonin
    5. Glutamate
    1. E. Coli
    2. Shigella
    3. Salmonella
    4. Campylobacter jejuni
    5. Entamoeba histolytica
    1. Survives intracellularly within phagocytes of Payer’s patches
    2. Releases a toxin which inactivates 60S ribosomes
    3. Incidence increases after cholecystectomy
    4. Splenectomy may be necessary for the carriers.
    5. Forms blue-green colonies with fruity odor
    1. Erythromycin
    2. Penicillin
    3. Vancomycin
    4. Linezolid
    5. Aztreonam
    1. Anterior horn cells of spinal cord
    2. Myelin sheath of neurons
    3. Posterior horn cells of spinal cord
    4. Muscle cells
    5. Basal ganglia
    1. Cholera toxin - ADP-ribosylates Gs, keeping adenylate cyclase active and ↑ [cAMP]
    2. Tetanospasmin - Binds 60S ribosome and inhibits protein synthesis
    3. Botulinum toxin - Cleaves synaptobrevin, blocking vesicle formation and release of inhibitory neurotransmitters GABA and glycine
    4. Anthrax toxin - ADP-ribosylates EF-2 and inhibits protein synthesis
    5. Diphtheria toxin - Cleaves synaptobrevin, blocking vesicle formation and release of acetylcholine

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