Chapter 8. Immunology
Which of the following characteristics does not apply to adaptive immunity?
(A) Highly antigen specific
(C) Rapid, immediate response
(D) Induces cytokine production
NK cells contribute to innate immunity in all of the following ways except:
(A) Killing virus infected cells
(C) Inducing IFN-gamma production
(D) Participate in antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity (ADCC)
(E) Initiating antigen presentation
As part of the innate immune response, which cells participate in phagocytosis?
(A) Macrophages and mast cells
(B) Macrophages and plasma cells
(C) NK cells and neutrophils
(D) Macrophages and neutrophils
(E) T cells and mast cells
The immunoglobulin class most frequently responsible for inhibition of bacteria on mucosal surfaces is:
Which of the following properties is associated with MHC?
(A) Binds peptide antigen and presents it to T cells
(B) Binds virus particles and neutralizes the virus
(C) Binds LPS and interferes with bacterial phagocytosis
(D) Binds self-antigens and presents them to NK cells
Which of the following items regarding T cells located in lymph node follicles participate in B cell help with isotype switching and antibody production?
Which of the following functional properties are not associated with IFN-gamma?
(A) Induces production of other pro-inflammatory cytokines
(B) Anti-proliferative activity