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                         Human Health and diseases part 3


  1. Filarial larva can be collected from man’s

(a) Smears of intestinal contents (b) Peripheral blood at midnight (c) Smears of spleen (d) Biopsy of liver

  1. Study of interaction of antigens and antibodies in the blood is

(a) Cryobiology (b) Serology (c) Haemotology (d) Angiology

  1. The cells which directly attack and destroy the antigens are known as


(a) Helper T-cells (b) Killer T-cell (c) Helper B- cells (d) Killer B-cells

  1. The cells which produce the antibodies by stimulating the B-cells are known as


(a) Killer B-cells (b) Helper B- cells (c) Helper T-cells (d) Antibodies

  1. The cells which suppress the entire immune system from its attack in the same body are known as


(a) Helper T-cells (b) Killer B- cells (c) Suppressor cells (d) Suppressor T-cells

  1. The binding of antibodies to the antigens to produce a large insoluble complex is known as


(a) Antibody-antigen complex(b) Agglutination (c) Immunization (d) Suppressor cell reaction

  1. Recognition and digestion by the phagocytes due to the coated surface of antigens by the antibodies is known as


(a) Opsonization (b) Immunization (c) T-cells immunization reaction (d) B-cells immunizaiton reaction

  1. In some children similar disease does not appear due to the presence of


(a) T- cells immune system (b) B- cells immune system (c) Memory cells (d) Phagocyte antigen reactions

  1. The immune system which works against self is

(a) Self immune system (b) Autoimmunity (c) Specific immunity (d) None of the above

  1. When the children without T- cells and B- cells are kept in germ free isolation suits, then the disease is


(a) Immunity less hybrids (b) Anti-antigens immune system (c) SCID (Severed combined immuno deficiency) (d) None of these

  1. The dead bacteria and pus formation in the wounded region is known as


(a) Inflammatory response (b) Immune response (c) Immune reaction (d) Phagocytic response

  1. After vaccination the body builds up


(a) Toxins (b) Lymph (c) Antibodies (d) Plasma

  1. One good example of an ‘ antiseptic’ is

(a) Bordeaux mixture (b) DDT (c) Carbolic acid in dilute solution (d) Hydrocyanic acid gas

  1. Humoral immunity is due to

(a) B-lymphocytes (b) T-lymphocytes (c) L-Lymphocytes (d) P- Lymphocytes

  1. Injections of antitoxin or toxoid serum is given to prevent


(a) Diphtheria (b) Small pox (c) Chicken pox (d) Chronic headache

  1. Membrane attack complex (Mac) is formed by (a) B- Lymphocytes (b) Compliments (c) Macrophages (d) T- Lymphocytes
  2. Thymosin stimulates

(a) Milk secretion (b) Erythrocytes (c) T-lymphocytes (d) Melanocytes

  1. What is the molecular weight of IgG antibody

(a) 146,000 (b) 160,000 (c) 190,000 (d) 200,000

  1. Passive immunity is defined as immunity


(a) Inherited from the parents (b) Achieved through vaccination (c) Acquired through first exposure to the disease (d) Achieved through the sera of other animal enriched in antibodies


  1. The function of vaccine is the production and storage of


(a) Antigens (b) Immune bodies (c) Immune reactions (d) Antibodies