← IMMUNOLOGY FINAL! Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- salicylates and nsaids
- Complement activation and phagocytosis
- a What is the powerful vasoconstrictor, along with histamine, found in the mast cells in the intestinal mucosa and skin that also causes edema and that stimulates pain and sensory ending?
- b What two types of drugs inhibit prostaglandin and leukotriene synthesis?
- c Arachnidonic acid is converted into leukotrienes via what enzyme?
- d What is serotonin produced from?
- e What is involved with non-specific (innate) immunity?
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- What act on the liver to produce acute phase proteins and increase the production of white blood cells in the bone marrow?
- Is infliximab a humanized protein? What should be co-administered with it?
- What are produced by b-cell hybridomas?
- When cytotoxic T cells kill keratinocytes, what forms?
- Can one use antimalarials for SLE?
5 True/False Questions
RF factor → True or false: Only complements can opsonize bacterial membrane.
Carboxylic acids, pyrazoles and oxicams → What drugs are used in the acute stage of gout?
Stomelysin → What does cyclosporin effect?
Salicylates, antimalarials, steroids, cytostatics, biologics → What drugs are commonly used to treat SLE?
1 in 2000 → How many proteins is the complement system comprised of?