Student generated questions on Vaccines (GP#3): Multiple choice questions 2017
Terms in this set (10)
1. When giving an intranasal Bordetella vaccine what type of antibodies are initially elicited:
a) IgA only
b) IgG only
d) Both IgA and IgG
2. DIVA vaccines:
a) Are useful in all diseases
b) Should be given when the animal is already infected
c) Produce the same antigens as an infected animal
d) Can be used to eradicate some diseases
e) None of the Above
3. Which of the following regarding IN, oral, and injectable bordetella vaccines is/are true?
a) It is easier to give the entire dose intranasally
b) A problem with oral vaccines is they may be digested or broken down
c) The injectable bordetella vaccine stimulates both IgG and IgA response immediately
d) All of the above are true
4. DIVA vaccines allow for the differentiation of vaccinated and infected animals by
a) Either adding or eliminating a protein that is found on the pathogen when developing the vaccine.
b) Providing only passive immunity to the vaccinated animals.
c) Giving the animal a unique "glow"
d) Causing a reaction at the location of vaccination
5. If you administer a vaccine at a mucosal site, what kind of immune response will be generated?
a) A quick IgM response
b) A quick IgA response, followed by an IgG response
c) A quick IgG response, followed by a later IgA response
d) An IgE response locally
6. How does a DIVA vaccination help distinguish between active infection and vaccination?
a) A DIVA vaccination does not allow distinction between infection and vaccination.
b) Through the absence of a known glycoprotein on the vaccination.
c) Through the development of an ELISA to distinguish between the vaccination and the infection.
d) None of the above (all of these choices are correct).
e) B and C
7. What is a disadvantage of using DIVA?
a) It is unable to differentiate between latent infections and vaccinated animals
b) It is unable to differentiate between actively infected and vaccinated animals
c) It can only be used for certain pathogens
d) None of the above
8. Which of the following is a benefit of IN injections?
a) It provides systemic and not localized protection
b) It provides strongly localized protection in the respiratory tract
c) It ALWAYS prevents infection
d) All of the above
9. Intranasal Bordetella vaccines tend to be more effective than parenteral bordetella vaccines at:
a) Generating a systemic IgG response
b) Generating a mucosal IgA response
c) Stimulating B cells
d) Stimulating CD4 T cells
10. Which of the following vaccines are available for BHV-1?
d) All of the above
e) None of the above
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