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Where does the immune response against capsulated bacteria occur?
What type of genome is found in HIV?sense (enveloped!)
Structure of the poliomyelitis genome:
Which latent disease can anti TNF drugs reactivate?full name
Which cell does IFN-gamma activate
Enzyme that degrades fibrin used as drug?
Which immunoglobulin crosses the placenta?
Lancefield group A strep:
Folate inhibitor & DNA synthesis inhibitor
Which two cytokines from Th2 cells are important for B cell growth and Ig class switching?use hyphen
Leishmania in sandfly gut
Which is the most abundant immunoglobulin in plasma?
Malarial parasite that invades the erythrocyte
Leishmania in a macrophage
Which structure helps Str. pneumoniae avoid phagocytosis?
Where is E-selectin found? What cell does it bind?,
Which antibiotic is inactivated by bacteria betalactamase?
Toll like receptors sense:Full name
Tetanus vaccine:one word
What do bile acid sequestrants prevent reabsorption of?
Microbe linked to gastric carcinoma?
Which cells are the main source of TNF alpha?
S. aureus: Gram & catalase?,
What is a xenograft?Species, then which type of genes
CD20 is found on:'cell' suffix
How are giant cells formed?
What is an autograft from?
Cause of Kaposi's sarcoma?abbreviated name
Gram negative rod grows on MacConkeys, doesn't ferment lactose, urease positivefull name
Which type of Ig protects mucosal surfaces?short name
Rheumatic fever is caused by cross reactive antibodies to? Heart valves commonly attacked.full name
What does S. aureus secrete to bind Fc portions of IgG?
Bacterial adhesins in N. gonnorhoeae and E. coli are in the fom of?
Cancer drug: Blocks receptor for extracellular growth signals
Which role of neutrophil recruitment does CD31 facilitate?
Macrolide that binds bacterial ribosomes, inhibits translation
Which drug inhibits HIV protease?
In which part of the mesenteric lymph node does isotype switching and affinity maturation occur (in B cells)?
Papovavirus inactivating p53 & pRB for replication?use abbreviated name, no hyphen
What sort of variable is red cell count?
Microbe linked to B cells in malarial areas?
What does COX-1 generate prostaglandins and leukotrienes from?
Which cells does primary pulmonary carcinoma originate in?
Which bacterial enzyme does penicillin inhibit?
What is the infectious agent in prion diseases?short name
Which receptors on monocytes permit entry of M-tropic HIV strains?separate with comma
Gram negative coccus causing meningitisfull name
Aminoglycoside that binds bacteria ribosomes
Str. pneumoniae: Gram, catalase, haemolysis?,
Complement receptors on erythrocytes remove what?
Which statistical variable cannot be used to compare proportions in two sets of observations?
Percentage of basophils in blood:
Which protein structure is found in amyloid?full name
What sort of vaccine is Hep B?
What is an isograft?Species, then which type of genes
What does c5b initiate formation of?abbreviation
Which cell type is elevated in patients with large pyogenic abscesses?
Percentage of neutrophils in blood:
Percentage of monocytes in blood:
Which two cells produce IFN gamma?subtype, main type
Gram negative rod that ferments lactose and grows on MacConkey's agarfull name
Which cell comprises 5% of total leukocytes and expresses CD20?
Bacterial cell diameter?number, full name of unit
What does aspirin inhibit?no hyphen, separate with comma
Hyperacute rejection is often due to:use -
Percentage of eosinophils in blood:
Which part of the lymph node to dendritic cells enter?
Where do T cells mature?
Cancer drug: Bind to DNA preventing normal replication
Which type of bacteria (+/-) contain Lipoteichoic acid in the cell wall?
Bloodstream form of Trypanosome
Name 2 anti-inflammatory cytokines from macrophages:use hyphen, then sub normal for greek letters
Gram - or + more likely to be resistance to beta lactams?
Bacterium that is acid fast?
Name the alternative C3 convertase?
Organelle in plamodium & toxoplasma?
In what form is the bacteria in cholera vaccines?
Cancer drug: Interferes with microtubule function and prevents mitosis completion
What secretes TSST-1?
Site of immune response to enteric bacteria?
Which histological feature is often seen in hyperacute rejection?
Antagonist of platelet ADP receptor?
What does the MAC consist of?No spaces, separate with commas
Influenza drug relenza inhibits:
Activation of which caspases in a cell lead to apoptosis?,
Which two histological characteristics are seen in the liver of patients with cirrhosis?,
What type of reaction can occur in allergic response to penicillin?
Blocks prokaryotic transcription
Where do B cells mature?
Pink colony on MacConkeys agar means a bacterium:
Where does acute inflammation first occur?
How does LPS affect complement?
Antibiotic inhibiting DNA gyrase?
Bacteria that cause diarrhoea and carry labile toxinfull name
Name the four clinical features of a positive skin test for allergen at one hour:alphabetical, use ,
What converts fibrinogen to fibrin?
Which drug can HIV show resistance to when given as monotherapy?
Which cells kill virally infected cells with perforins?full name
Which cytokine has a mitogenic effect on fibroblasts?abbreviation
Beta lactam cancer drug inhibiting peptidoglycan cross links?
Cancer drug: Damages DNA by alkylation
How many hours before maximal inflammation at site of a Mantoux test?
Gram negative bacterium that won't grow on MacConkeysfull name
Which HIV protein binds T cells?
Tuberculosis vaccine:
Where does somatic hypermutation and antibody affinity maturation occur?,
What is an allograft?Species, then which type of genes
Which responses leads to granuloma formation in M. tuberculosis?
Gram negative rod grows on MacConkeys cannot ferment lactose, oxidase positivefull name
Role of fMetLeuPhe
Chemoattractant, anaphylotoxin involved in complement?
Cancer drug: Metabolic inhibition of DNA synthesis
Cancer drug that cross-links DNA to prevent meiosisone word
Percentage of lymphocytes in blood:
Microbe implicated in nasopharyngeal carcinoma?
Beta lactam inhibiting bacterial cell wall synthesis
Which immunoglobulin subtypes are most important for complement fixation and efficient clearance of pyogenic bacteria?,
Is complement active in the circulation?
What is the most likely source of a pulmonary embolus?full name
Do all Gram - bacteria contain LPS in the cell wall?
Anti HIV inhibiting reverse transcriptase?
What type of genome is found in Influenza?sense
What colour is alpha and beta haemolysis?separate with comma

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