Chapter 02: Immunology: Basic Principles and Applications in the Blood Bank Howard: Basic & Applied Concepts of Blood Banking and Transfusion Practices, 4th Edition MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. Select the cell involved in humoral immunity. a. Neutrophils b. T lymphocytes c. B lymphocytes d. Monocytes ANS: C B lymphocytes have the ability to transform into plasma cells to produce antibodies, which is considered a humoral response. DIF: Level 2 REF: p. 23 2. What process is described by opsonization? a. Lysis of cells b. Binding to cells or antigens c. Ingestion of cells d. Phagocytosis ANS: B Opsonization promotes phagocytosis by binding to cells or antigens. DIF: Level 1 REF: p. 35 3. Select the term that describes cells or tissue from a genetically different individual within the same species. a. Allogeneic b. Autologous c. Xenogeneic d. Autograft ANS: A Allogeneic cells or tissue come from a genetically different individual within the same species. DIF: Level 1 REF: p. 33 4. Select the substance that regulates the activity of other cells by binding to specific receptors. a. Cytokines b. Complement c. Immunoglobulins d. Anaphylatoxin ANS: A Cytokines are proteins secreted by cells that regulate the activity of other cells by binding to specific receptors.read more
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