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contains the light chain constant region

Choose Either:
Fab region (above disulfide bond)
Fc region (below disulfide bond)
Fab region (above disulfide bond)
Determines biological function

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Fab region (above disulfide bond)
Fc region (below disulfide bond)
Fc region (below disulfide bond)
Determines specificity

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Fab region (above disulfide bond)
Fc region (below disulfide bond)
Fab region (above disulfide bond)
Contains the antigen binding site

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Fab region (above disulfide bond)
Fc region (below disulfide bond)
Fab region (above disulfide bond)
Determines isotype

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Fab region (above disulfide bond)
Fc region (below disulfide bond)
Fc region (below disulfide bond)
Contains the heavy chain variable region

Choose either:
Fab region (above disulfide bond)
Fc region (below disulfide bond)
Fab region (above disulfide bond)
Degraded when exposed to pepsin, but not to papain

Choose either:
Fab region (above disulfide bond)
Fc region (below disulfide bond)
Fc region (below disulfide bond)
Determines allotype

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Fab region (above disulfide bond)
Fc region (below disulfide bond)
Fc region (below disulfide bond)
Determines avidity

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Fab region (above disulfide bond)
Fc region (below disulfide bond)
Fab region (above disulfide bond)
Contains the complementary determining regions

Choose either:
Fab region (above disulfide bond)
Fc region (below disulfide bond)
Fab region (above disulfide bond)
Determines affinity

Choose either:
Fab region (above disulfide bond)
Fc region (below disulfide bond)
Fab region (above disulfide bond)
FCγR

Possible answers:
a) Phagocyte
b) Natural Killer Cell
c) Eosinophil
d) Mast Cell
a) Phagocyte
C3a

Possible answers:
a) Phagocyte
b) Natural Killer Cell
c) Eosinophil
d) Mast Cell
d) Mast Cell
FCεR

Possible answers:
a) Phagocyte
b) Natural Killer Cell
c) Eosinophil
d) Mast Cell
c) Eosinophil
d) Mast Cell
CR1

Possible answers:
a) Phagocyte
b) Natural Killer Cell
c) Eosinophil
d) Mast Cell
a) phagocyte
Engulf microbes outside cells

Possible answers:
a) Phagocyte
b) Natural Killer Cell
c) Eosinophil
d) Mast Cell
a) Phagocyte
Class I MHC

Possible answers:
a) Phagocyte
b) Natural Killer Cell
c) Eosinophil
d) Mast Cell
all
Defensins

Possible answers:
a) Phagocyte
b) Natural Killer Cell
c) Eosinophil
d) Mast Cell
a) Phagocyte
KIR

Possible answers:
a) Phagocyte
b) Natural Killer Cell
c) Eosinophil
d) Mast Cell
b) Natural Killer Cell
kills helminths

Possible answers:
a) Phagocyte
b) Natural Killer Cell
c) Eosinophil
d) Mast Cell
c) Eosinophil
d) Mast Cell
PPRR

Possible answers:
a) Phagocyte
b) Natural Killer Cell
c) Eosinophil
d) Mast Cell
a) Phagocyte
Co-dominant Expression

Possible answers:
a) MHC I
b) MHC II
MHC I
MHC II
expressed on virtually all nucleated cells

Possible answers:
a) MHC I
b) MHC II
MHC I
displays antigenic fragments destroyed by the proteasome

Possible answers:
a) MHC I
b) MHC II
MHC I
expressed on antigen presenting cell

Possible answers:
a) MHC I
b) MHC II
MHC II
presents antigenic peptides to CD8 T cells

Possible answers:
a) MHC I
b) MHC II
MHC I
presents antigenic peptides to CD4 T cells

Possible answers:
a) MHC I
b) MHC II
MHC II
Displays antigenic fragments destroyed within the phagolysosome

Possible answers:
a) MHC I
b) MHC II
MHC II
Murine H2-K,H2-D & H2-L

Possible answers:
a) MHC I
b) MHC II
MHCI
HLA DR10

Possible answers:
a) MHC I
b) MHC II
MHC II
HLA A4

Possible answers:
a) MHC I
b) MHC II
MHC I
Activates complement classical pathway

Possible answers:
a) IgG
b) IgM
c) IgA
d) IgE
e) IgD
IgG and IgM
Mucosal immunity

Possible answers:
a) IgG
b) IgM
c) IgA
d) IgE
e) IgD
IgA
Helmnith infections

Possible answers:
a) IgG
b) IgM
c) IgA
d) IgE
e) IgD
IgE
Opsonin

Possible answers:
a) IgG
b) IgM
c) IgA
d) IgE
e) IgD
IgG
High concentrations in colostrum and breast milk

Possible answers:
a) IgG
b) IgM
c) IgA
d) IgE
e) IgD
IgA
Covalent attachment J chain

Possible answers:
a) IgG
b) IgM
c) IgA
d) IgE
e) IgD
IgM and IgA
First antibody secreted in primary immune response

Possible answers:
a) IgG
b) IgM
c) IgA
d) IgE
e) IgD
IgM
ADCC

Possible answers:
a) IgG
b) IgM
c) IgA
d) IgE
e) IgD
IgG
Crosses the placenta

Possible answers:
a) IgG
b) IgM
c) IgA
d) IgE
e) IgD
IgG
Isohemagluttinin

Possible answers:
a) IgG
b) IgM
c) IgA
d) IgE
e) IgD
IgM
Allergies

Possible answers:
a) IgG
b) IgM
c) IgA
d) IgE
e) IgD
IgE
Neutralize virus + toxins

Possible answers:
a) IgG
b) IgM
c) IgA
d) IgE
e) IgD
IgG
Kappa constant region

Possible answers:
a) IgG
b) IgM
c) IgA
d) IgE
e) IgD
all
Four subclasses

Possible answers:
a) IgG
b) IgM
c) IgA
d) IgE
e) IgD
IgG
Secretory component

Possible answers:
a) IgG
b) IgM
c) IgA
d) IgE
e) IgD
IgA
Mast cells and basophils

Possible answers:
a) IgG
b) IgM
c) IgA
d) IgE
e) IgD
IgE
Highest conc in serum

Possible answers:
a) IgG
b) IgM
c) IgA
d) IgE
e) IgD
IgG
Lambda light chain

Possible answers:
a) IgG
b) IgM
c) IgA
d) IgE
e) IgD
all
Largest half life

Possible answers:
a) IgG
b) IgM
c) IgA
d) IgE
e) IgD
IgG
Exists as monomer on cell surface

Possible answers:
a) IgG
b) IgM
c) IgA
d) IgE
e) IgD
all
Serum levels in newborns same as adults

Possible answers:
a) IgG
b) IgM
c) IgA
d) IgE
e) IgD
IgG
Reaginic antibody
(allergic activity)

Possible answers:
a) IgG
b) IgM
c) IgA
d) IgE
e) IgD
IgE
Hematopoeisis

Possible answers:
a) IL3
b) IL5
c) GM-CSF
d) G-CSF
e) M-CSF
f) TGFb
g) TNF
h) IL-4
i) IL-10
j) IFN-gamma
IL3, IL5, GM-CSF, G-CSF, M-CSF
Inhibits iNOS (most effective)

Possible answers:
a) IL3
b) IL5
c) GM-CSF
d) G-CSF
e) M-CSF
f) TGFb
g) TNF
h) IL-4
i) IL-10
j) IFN-gamma
TGFβ
Role in differentiation of precursor cells to granulocytes.

Possible answers:
a) IL3
b) IL5
c) GM-CSF
d) G-CSF
e) M-CSF
f) TGFb
g) TNF
h) IL-4
i) IL-10
j) IFN-gamma
G-CSF
Enhances action of NADPH oxidase

Possible answers:
a) IL3
b) IL5
c) GM-CSF
d) G-CSF
e) M-CSF
f) TGFb
g) TNF
h) IL-4
i) IL-10
j) IFN-gamma
IFNγ
Role in differentiation of Eosinophils

Possible answers:
a) IL3
b) IL5
c) GM-CSF
d) G-CSF
e) M-CSF
f) TGFb
g) TNF
h) IL-4
i) IL-10
j) IFN-gamma
IL-5
Induces NOS

Possible answers:
a) IL3
b) IL5
c) GM-CSF
d) G-CSF
e) M-CSF
f) TGFb
g) TNF
h) IL-4
i) IL-10
j) IFN-gamma
IFNγ
In the presence of a second signal induces inducible NOS.

Possible answers:
a) IL3
b) IL5
c) GM-CSF
d) G-CSF
e) M-CSF
f) TGFb
g) TNF
h) IL-4
i) IL-10
j) IFN-gamma
TNF
All the following are characteristics of immunogenic molecules EXCEPT

a. chemically complex
b. only present in human species
c. usually proteins
d. high molecular weight
e. foreign
b. only present in human species
Which one of the following is not a receptor-ligand pair
a. CD80/CD152
b. CD4/ MHC Class II
c. CD11a/ CD18 : ICAM-2
d. CD40L/ CD154
e. CD80/ CTLA-4
d. CD40L/ CD154
A process that occurs after antigen-induced B cell activation and leads to a different heavy chain constant region

Possible answers:

a)      allelic exclusion
b)      isotype switching
c)      somatic recombination
d)      somatic mutation
e)      alternative splicing
f)        tolerance induction
Isotype Switching
A process that occurs during B cell maturation. It leads to the elimination or inactivation of B cells that are autoreactive.

Possible answers:

a) allelic exclusion
b) isotype switching
c) somatic recombination
d) somatic mutation
e) alternative splicing
f) tolerance induction
tolerance induction
A process that occurs during B cell maturation that leads to the expression of both IgM and IgD on the cell surface.

Possible answers:

a) allelic exclusion
b) isotype switching
c) somatic recombination
d) somatic mutation
e) alternative splicing
f) tolerance induction
alternative splicing
A process that occurs after antigen induced B cell activation and leads to a different variable region because of mutations in the hypervariable region ; also called affinity maturation.

Possible answers:

a)      allelic exclusion
b)      isotype switching
c)      somatic recombination
d)      somatic mutation
e)      alternative splicing
f)        tolerance induction
somatic mutation
A process by which gene segments are excised and the remaining gene segments ligated

Possible answers:

a)      allelic exclusion
b)      isotype switching
c)      somatic recombination
d)      somatic mutation
e)      alternative splicing
f)        tolerance induction
somatic recombination
A term used to define a process that leads to expression of one allele in cells that contain two different alleles at a particular locus

Possible answers:

a)      allelic exclusion
b)      isotype switching
c)      somatic recombination
d)      somatic mutation
e)      alternative splicing
f)        tolerance induction
allelic exclusion
Transcription of Rag-1 and Rag-2

Possible answers:
a. proB cell stage
b. preB cell stage
c. Immature b cell stage
d. naïve mature B cell stage
proB cell stage
Initial expression of CD20

Possible answers:
a. proB cell stage
b. preB cell stage
c. Immature b cell stage
d. naïve mature B cell stage
preB cell stage
Tolerance induction

Possible answers:
a. proB cell stage
b. preB cell stage
c. Immature b cell stage
d. naïve mature B cell stage
Immature B cell stage
Somatic recombination of the variable region (heavy chain)

Possible answers:
a. proB cell stage
b. preB cell stage
c. Immature b cell stage
d. naïve mature B cell stage
Pre-B Cell stage
Initial expression of IgM on the B cell surface

Possible answers:
a. proB cell stage
b. preB cell stage
c. Immature b cell stage
d. naïve mature B cell stage
Immature B Cell Stage
Initial expression of CD19

Possible answers:
a. proB cell stage
b. preB cell stage
c. Immature b cell stage
d. naïve mature B cell stage
Pro-B Cell stage
Transcription of terminal deoxynucleotide transferase

Possible answers:
a. proB cell stage
b. preB cell stage
c. Immature b cell stage
d. naïve mature B cell stage
Pro-B cell stage
allelic exclusion

Possible answers:
a. proB cell stage
b. preB cell stage
c. Immature b cell stage
d. naïve mature B cell stage
Pre-B Cell Stage
Alternative Splicing

Possible answers:
a. proB cell stage
b. preB cell stage
c. Immature b cell stage
d. naïve mature B cell stage
Naïve mature B cell stage
Initial expression of IgD on the cell surface.

Possible answers:
a. proB cell stage
b. preB cell stage
c. Immature b cell stage
d. naïve mature B cell stage
Naïve mature B cell stage
S-protein

Possible answers:

a. C3 convertase Alternative Pathway
b. C3 convertase Classic Pathway
c. C5 convertase Alternative Pathway
d. C5 convertase Classic Pathway
e. MAC
MAC
S-protein, vitronectin, C5b,6,7,8,9, CD59 and HRF is MAC
C5b, 6, 7, 8, 9

Possible answers:
a. C3 convertase Alternative Pathway
b. C3 convertase Classic Pathway
c. C5 convertase Alternative Pathway
d. C5 convertase Classic Pathway
e. MAC
MAC
S-protein, vitronectin, C5b,6,7,8,9, CD59 and HRF is MAC
Vitronectin

Possible answers:
a. C3 convertase Alternative Pathway
b. C3 convertase Classic Pathway
c. C5 convertase Alternative Pathway
d. C5 convertase Classic Pathway
e. MAC
MAC
S-protein, vitronectin, C5b,6,7,8,9, CD59 and HRF is MAC
Factor H

Possible answers:
a. C3 convertase Alternative Pathway
b. C3 convertase Classic Pathway
c. C5 convertase Alternative Pathway
d. C5 convertase Classic Pathway
e. MAC
C3 convertase Alternative Pathway
Properdin

Possible answers:
a. C3 convertase Alternative Pathway
b. C3 convertase Classic Pathway
c. C5 convertase Alternative Pathway
d. C5 convertase Classic Pathway
e. MAC
C3 convertase Alternative Pathway
Decay accelerating factor (DAF)

Possible answers:
a. C3 convertase Alternative Pathway
b. C3 convertase Classic Pathway
c. C5 convertase Alternative Pathway
d. C5 convertase Classic Pathway
e. MAC
C3 convertase Alternative Pathway
C3 convertase Classical Pathway
Cleaves C3

Possible answers:
a. C3 convertase Alternative Pathway
b. C3 convertase Classic Pathway
c. C5 convertase Alternative Pathway
d. C5 convertase Classic Pathway
e. MAC
C3 convertase Alternative Pathway
C3 convertase Classical Pathway
C3bBbC3b

Possible answers:
a. C3 convertase Alternative Pathway
b. C3 convertase Classic Pathway
c. C5 convertase Alternative Pathway
d. C5 convertase Classic Pathway
e. MAC
C5 convertase Alternative Pathway
Homologous Restriction Factor (HRF)

Possible answers:
a. C3 convertase Alternative Pathway
b. C3 convertase Classic Pathway
c. C5 convertase Alternative Pathway
d. C5 convertase Classic Pathway
e. MAC
MAC
C4bp

Possible answers:
a. C3 convertase Alternative Pathway
b. C3 convertase Classic Pathway
c. C5 convertase Alternative Pathway
d. C5 convertase Classic Pathway
e. MAC
C3 convertase Classical Pathway
Anything C4 is classical pathway!
C4b2a

Possible answers:
a. C3 convertase Alternative Pathway
b. C3 convertase Classic Pathway
c. C5 convertase Alternative Pathway
d. C5 convertase Classic Pathway
e. MAC
C3 convertase Classical Pathway
Anything C4 is classical pathway!
CD59

Possible answers:
a. C3 convertase Alternative Pathway
b. C3 convertase Classic Pathway
c. C5 convertase Alternative Pathway
d. C5 convertase Classic Pathway
e. MAC
MAC
C4b2aC3b

Possible answers:
a. C3 convertase Alternative Pathway
b. C3 convertase Classic Pathway
c. C5 convertase Alternative Pathway
d. C5 convertase Classic Pathway
e. MAC
C5 convertase CP
Anything C4 is classical pathway!
Factor I

Possible answers:
a. C3 convertase Alternative Pathway
b. C3 convertase Classic Pathway
c. C5 convertase Alternative Pathway
d. C5 convertase Classic Pathway
e. MAC
C3 convertase Alternative Pathway
C3 convertase Classic Pathway
allelic exclusion

Possible Answers
a. B cell differentiation and maturation in bone marrow
b. B cell differentiation antigen induced in an immune response
B cell differentiation and maturation in bone marrow
somatic recombination

Possible Answers
a. B cell differentiation and maturation in bone marrow
b. B cell differentiation antigen induced in an immune response
B cell differentiation and maturation in bone marrow
somatic mutation

Possible Answers
a. B cell differentiation and maturation in bone marrow
b. B cell differentiation antigen induced in an immune response
B cell differentiation antigen induced in an immune response
alternate splicing

Possible Answers
a. B cell differentiation and maturation in bone marrow
b. B cell differentiation antigen induced in an immune response
B cell differentiation and maturation in bone marrow
tolerance induction

Possible Answers
a. B cell differentiation and maturation in bone marrow
b. B cell differentiation antigen induced in an immune response
B cell differentiation and maturation in bone marrow
Isotype switching

Possible Answers
a. B cell differentiation and maturation in bone marrow
b. B cell differentiation antigen induced in an immune response
B cell differentiation antigen induced in an immune response

mutation, switching, and maturation all induced in an immune response
Affinity maturation

Possible Answers
a. B cell differentiation and maturation in bone marrow
b. B cell differentiation antigen induced in an immune response
B cell differentiation antigen induced in an immune response

mutation, switching, and maturation all induced in an immune response
tolerance induction

Possible Answers
a. B cell differentiation and maturation in bone marrow

b. B cell differentiation antigen induced in an immune response
B cell differentiation and maturation in bone marrow
CD2

Choose either:
T-cells (all)
T-cells (subset)
Antigen Presenting Cells
T-cells (all)
LFA-1

Choose either:
T-cells (all)
T-cells (subset)
Antigen Presenting Cells
T-cells (all)
LFA-3

Choose either:
T-cells (all)
T-cells (subset)
Antigen Presenting Cells
Antigen Presenting Cells
ICAM-1

Choose either:
T-cells (all)
T-cells (subset)
Antigen Presenting Cells
Antigen Presenting Cells
CD28

Choose either:
T-cells (all)
T-cells (subset)
Antigen Presenting Cells
T-cells (all)
MHC Class II

Choose either:
T-cells (all)
T-cells (subset)
Antigen Presenting Cells
Antigen Presenting Cells
CD154

Choose either:
T-cells (all)
T-cells (subset)
Antigen Presenting Cells
T-cells (all)

CD154 = CD40L
CD8

Choose either:
T-cells (all)
T-cells (subset)
Antigen Presenting Cells
T-cells (subset)
CD80 (B7-1)

Choose either:
T-cells (all)
T-cells (subset)
Antigen Presenting Cells
Antigen Presenting Cell
CD86 (B7-2)

Choose either:
T-cells (all)
T-cells (subset)
Antigen Presenting Cells
Antigen Presenting Cell
CD-40L

Choose either:
T-cells (all)
T-cells (subset)
Antigen Presenting Cells
T-cells (all)
CD11a

Choose either:
T-cells (all)
T-cells (subset)
Antigen Presenting Cells
T-cells (all)

CD11a = LFA-1
CD18

Choose either:
T-cells (all)
T-cells (subset)
Antigen Presenting Cells
T-cells (all)
CD40

Choose either:
T-cells (all)
T-cells (subset)
Antigen Presenting Cells
Antigen Presenting Cells
CD4

Choose either:
T-cells (all)
T-cells (subset)
Antigen Presenting Cells
T-cell (subset)
Secreted by Th-17

Choose from the following:
IL-1, IL-2, IL-3, IL-4, IL-5, IL-6, IL-7, IL-8, IL-9, IL-10, IL-12, IL-17A, IL-17F, IL-21
IL-17A, IL-17F, IL-21
Amplification factor for Th17 cells

Choose from the following:
IL-1, IL-2, IL-3, IL-4, IL-5, IL-6, IL-7, IL-8, IL-9, IL-10, IL-12, IL-17A, IL-17F, IL-21
IL-21
Downregulates iNOS

Choose from the following:
IL-1, IL-2, IL-3, IL-4, IL-5, IL-6, IL-7, IL-8, IL-9, IL-10, IL-12, IL-17A, IL-17F, IL-21
IL-4, IL-10
Induces secretion of IFNγ by NK cells

Choose from the following:
IL-1, IL-2, IL-3, IL-4, IL-5, IL-6, IL-7, IL-8, IL-9, IL-10, IL-12, IL-17A, IL-17F, IL-21
IL-12
Downregulates IL-12 production

Choose from the following:
IL-1, IL-2, IL-3, IL-4, IL-5, IL-6, IL-7, IL-8, IL-9, IL-10, IL-12, IL-17A, IL-17F, IL-21
IL-10
Stimulus for secretion of C-reactive proteins from hepatocytes

Choose from the following:
IL-1, IL-2, IL-3, IL-4, IL-5, IL-6, IL-7, IL-8, IL-9, IL-10, IL-12, IL-17A, IL-17F, IL-21
IL-6
Shifts Th0 differentiation towards Th2

Choose from the following:
IL-1, IL-2, IL-3, IL-4, IL-5, IL-6, IL-7, IL-8, IL-9, IL-10, IL-12, IL-17A, IL-17F, IL-21
IL-4
Required for Isotype switching to Isotype E

Choose from the following:
IL-1, IL-2, IL-3, IL-4, IL-5, IL-6, IL-7, IL-8, IL-9, IL-10, IL-12, IL-17A, IL-17F, IL-21
IL-4
Role in T-cell development in the thymus

Choose from the following:
IL-1, IL-2, IL-3, IL-4, IL-5, IL-6, IL-7, IL-8, IL-9, IL-10, IL-12, IL-17A, IL-17F, IL-21
IL-7
Downregulates production of Type 1 Cytokines

Choose from the following:
IL-1, IL-2, IL-3, IL-4, IL-5, IL-6, IL-7, IL-8, IL-9, IL-10, IL-12, IL-17A, IL-17F, IL-21
IL-4 and IL-10
Eosinophil differentiation and recruitment from the bone marrow

Choose from the following:
IL-1, IL-2, IL-3, IL-4, IL-5, IL-6, IL-7, IL-8, IL-9, IL-10, IL-12, IL-17A, IL-17F, IL-21
IL-5
Required for immune response against helminths

Choose from the following:
IL-1, IL-2, IL-3, IL-4, IL-5, IL-6, IL-7, IL-8, IL-9, IL-10, IL-12, IL-17A, IL-17F, IL-21
IL-4 - Isotype switching to IgE
IL-5 - eosinophil differentiation
Role in hematopoiesis for both myeloid and lymphoid progenitor cell generation

Choose from the following:
IL-1, IL-2, IL-3, IL-4, IL-5, IL-6, IL-7, IL-8, IL-9, IL-10, IL-12, IL-17A, IL-17F, IL-21
IL-3
Growth factor for T cells

Choose from the following:
IL-1, IL-2, IL-3, IL-4, IL-5, IL-6, IL-7, IL-8, IL-9, IL-10, IL-12, IL-17A, IL-17F, IL-21
IL-2
At [high] will convert NK cells to LAK cells (more potent killers)

Choose from the following:
IL-1, IL-2, IL-3, IL-4, IL-5, IL-6, IL-7, IL-8, IL-9, IL-10, IL-12, IL-17A, IL-17F, IL-21
IL-2
Secreted by activated macrophages and acts in both a paracrine and autocrine manner to activate or enhance the activation of macrophages

Choose from the following:
IL-1, IL-2, IL-3, IL-4, IL-5, IL-6, IL-7, IL-8, IL-9, IL-10, IL-12, IL-17A, IL-17F, IL-21
IL-1
Chemotactic for neutrophils

Possible Answers:
IFNγ, TNF, TGFβ, IFNα/β, CXCL8, CCL2, CCL11
CXCL8

CXCL8 = IL-8
Enhances NADPH Oxidase Activity

Possible Answers:
IFNγ, TNF, TGFβ, IFNα/β, CXCL8, CCL2, CCL11
IFNγ, TNF
Down regulates iNOS

Possible Answers:
IFNγ, TNF, TGFβ, IFNα/β, CXCL8, CCL2, CCL11
TGFβ
Chemotactic for monocytes

Possible Answers:
IFNγ, TNF, TGFβ, IFNα/β, CXCL8, CCL2, CCL11
CCL2

CCL2 = MCP-1
Down regulates production of Type 2 Cytokines

Possible Answers:
IFNγ, TNF, TGFβ, IFNα/β, CXCL8, CCL2, CCL11
IFNγ
Activates iNOS

Possible Answers:
IFNγ, TNF, TGFβ, IFNα/β, CXCL8, CCL2, CCL11
IFNγ, TNF
Shifts Th0 differentiation to Th1

Possible Answers:
IFNγ, TNF, TGFβ, IFNα/β, CXCL8, CCL2, CCL11
IFNγ
Enhances Class I MHC Expression

Possible Answers:
IFNγ, TNF, TGFβ, IFNα/β, CXCL8, CCL2, CCL11
IFNα/β, IFNγ
Chemotactic for eosinophils

Possible Answers:
IFNγ, TNF, TGFβ, IFNα/β, CXCL8, CCL2, CCL11
CCL11

CCL11 = Eotaxin
Enhances expression of Class II MHC

Possible Answers:
IFNγ, TNF, TGFβ, IFNα/β, CXCL8, CCL2, CCL11
IFNγ
Required for differentiation fof Th0 to a/i Tregs

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IFNγ, TNF, TGFβ, IFNα/β, CXCL8, CCL2, CCL11
TGFβ
Triggers production of enzymes that interfere with replication of some viruses

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IFNγ, TNF, TGFβ, IFNα/β, CXCL8, CCL2, CCL11
IFNα/β
2-5 oligoadenylate synthetase

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IFNγ, TNF, TGFβ, IFNα/β, CXCL8, CCL2, CCL11
IFNα/β
inhibition of T cell proliferation

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IFNγ, TNF, TGFβ, IFNα/β, CXCL8, CCL2, CCL11
IFNα/β
C1 Inhibitor

Possible answers:
a. C3 convertase Alternative Pathway
b. C3 convertase Classic Pathway
c. C5 convertase Alternative Pathway
d. C5 convertase Classic Pathway
e. MAC
C3 Convertase Classical Pathway
Factor B

Possible answers:
a. C3 convertase Alternative Pathway
b. C3 convertase Classic Pathway
c. C5 convertase Alternative Pathway
d. C5 convertase Classic Pathway
e. MAC
C3 Convertase Alternative Pathway
GM-CSF

Possible Answers:
Bone Marrow Stromal cells
Dendritic Cells
Natural Killer cells
Macrophages
Mast Cells
Macrophage

all CSF = Macrophage.
GM = Macrophage & Tcell
IL-1

Possible Answers:
Bone Marrow Stromal cells
Dendritic Cells
Natural Killer cells
Macrophages
Mast Cells
Macrophage
G-CSF

Possible Answers:
Bone Marrow Stromal cells
Dendritic Cells
Natural Killer cells
Macrophages
Mast Cells
Macrophage.

all CSF = Macrophage
IL-7

Possible Answers:
Bone Marrow Stromal cells
Dendritic Cells
Natural Killer cells
Macrophages
Mast Cells
Bone Marrow Stromal Cell
IL-12

Possible Answers:
Bone Marrow Stromal cells
Dendritic Cells
Natural Killer cells
Macrophages
Mast Cells
Dendritic Cell
Macrophage
TNF

Possible Answers:
Bone Marrow Stromal cells
Dendritic Cells
Natural Killer cells
Macrophages
Mast Cells
Macrophage
IL-4

Possible Answers:
Bone Marrow Stromal cells
Dendritic Cells
Natural Killer cells
Macrophages
Mast Cells
Mast Cells
M-CSF

Possible Answers:
Bone Marrow Stromal cells
Dendritic Cells
Natural Killer cells
Macrophages
Mast Cells
Macrophage

All CSF = Macrophage
IL-5

Possible Answers:
Bone Marrow Stromal cells
Dendritic Cells
Natural Killer cells
Macrophages
Mast Cells
Mast Cells
IFNγ

Possible Answers:
Bone Marrow Stromal cells
Dendritic Cells
Natural Killer cells
Macrophages
Mast Cells
Natural Killer Cell
VCAM-1

Possible Answers:
LFA-1, MAC-1, VLA-4
VLA-4

VLA-4 = CD49d & CD29
CD11a-CD18

Possible Answers:
LFA-1, MAC-1, VLA-4
LFA-1

CD11a-CD18 is another name for LFA-1
CD11b-CD18

Possible Answers:
LFA-1, MAC-1, VLA-4
MAC-1

MAC-1 is another name for CD11b-CD18
ICAM-1

Possible Answers:
LFA-1, MAC-1, VLA-4
LFA-1 and MAC-1
Kill virally infected cells

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a. Th1 cells
b. Th2 cells
c. Both Th1 and Th2 cells
d. CTL
e. All of the above
CTL
Secrete cytokines required for activation of macrophages

Possible Answers:
a. Th1 cells
b. Th2 cells
c. Both Th1 and Th2 cells
d. CTL
e. All of the above
Th1 cells
Activation via the TCR complex leads to the phosphorylation of ITAMS

Possible Answers:
a. Th1 cells
b. Th2 cells
c. Both Th1 and Th2 cells
d. CTL
e. All of the above
e. All of the above
Secrete cytokines that inhibit IL-12 production by dendritic cells

Possible Answers:
a. Th1 cells
b. Th2 cells
c. Both Th1 and Th2 cells
d. CTL
e. All of the above
b. Th2 cells
May differentiate into memory cells

Possible Answers:
a. Th1 cells
b. Th2 cells
c. Both Th1 and Th2 cells
d. CTL
e. All of the above
e. All of the above