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Complement Cascade Quiz
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Which of these complement component(s) can produce pores in cell membranes?
C5b-9 or MAC
The complement activation pathway that is activated by Antigen-antibody complexes is ______________
Which complement component(s) are deposited on the surface of microbes?
This is the product of the combination of Complement 3b and Factor B in the alternative complement cascade pathway.
The Complement activation pathway that is activated by microbial carbohydrates is ______________________.
This is the third complement to combine with C5b in the formation of the Membrane Attack Complex.
This complement marks the convergence of the Alternative and Classical pathways of Complement Activation
This complement functions as the C3 convertase enzyme in the Classical complement activation pathway. What is it?
Deficiencies in the early proteins (C2, C4) of the classical pathway may result in:
all of the above
This is the second complement to combine with C5b in the formation of the Membrane Attack Complex.
The function of properdin is to
Stabilize the C3 convertase (C3bBb) on microbial surfaces
This complement is the C5 convertase of the Alternative Pathway.
This is the last complement to combine with C5b in the formation of the Membrane Attack Complex.
When it binds with the Microbial Carbohydrates, it initiates the complement cascade. What is it?
This complement is the C5 convertase of the Classical Pathway.
Which complement binds with activating surfaces to initiate the complement cascade by the alternative pathway?
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