Immunobiology: The study of the immune response and the biological aspects of immunity to disease.

This is an MCQ-based quiz for GRE on the topic of Immunobiology.

This includes Antibodies and Antigens, Immunological Cells, and Immunological Processes.

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Which type of cell is responsible for making antibodies?

T-lymphocytes B-lymphocytes Basophils Macrophages

Which immune cell is part of acquired immunity?

Eosinophil Plasma cell Macrophage Neutrophil

Which leukocyte releases histamine during the inflammatory process?

Neutrophil Basophil B-lymphocyte Monocytes

Which cell is necessary in order to allow B-ymphoytes to differentiate into plasma cells and memory B-cells?

Eosinophils Macrophages Cytotoxic T-cells Helper T-cells

Which types of leukocytes are granular?

Lymphocytes, basophils, eosinophils Basophils, lymphocytes, monocytes Basophils, eosinophils, neutrophils Monocytes, neutrophils, eosinophils Neutrophils, basophils, lymphocytes

What do T and B cell lymphocytes have in common?

They both respond to a variety of pathogens. They both mature in the thymus. They are both part of the innate immune response. They both undergo negative selection.

Which immune cell is necessary for causing antibody "class switching" on B cells?

Cytotoxic T cells Helper T cells Natural killer cells Plasma cells

Which of the following statements is true concerning antibodies?

Antibodies mark pathogens to be destroyed by phagocytic cells Antibodies destroy pathogens once attached Antibodies are created by helper T-cells An antibody can attach to multiple pathogens

Which of the following statements is true about antibodies?

They are found on the surface of helper T cells. They are seen immediately following an infection. They can be secreted by plasma cells. They have two recognition sites which can recognize two different antigens.

Which antibody type is able to cross the placental barrier in order to provide temporary passive immunity for the fetus?

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Title: Immunobiology: The study of the immune response and the biological aspects of immunity to disease.
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