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Hybridoma technique is used for


Which of the following is called serum


a. HCV b. HAV

c. HBV d. HIV


Which of the following was a non-neural

vaccine for rabies?

a. HEPV b. Card vaccine

c. BPL d. Simple


Which type of antibodies will associate

in blood cell coagulation?

a. IgE b. IgA

c. IgM d. IgG


In a antigen haptens are

a. Immunogenic b. Non-immunogenic

c. Antigenic d. None of these


The antibody that is first formed after

Infection is

a. IgG b. IgM

c. IgD d. IgE


Antibodies in our body are produced by

a. B-lymphocytes b. T-lymphocytes

c. Monocytes d. RBC’s


The points at which crossing over has

Taken place between homologus chromosomes are called

a. Chiasmata b. Synaptonemal complex

c. Centromeres d. Protein axes


8. How much of globulin is present in human serum?

a. 8% b. 12%

c. 16% d. 4%


The substance which acts as antimetabolites are called

a. Activators b. Substrates

c. Inhibitor d. Cofactor


Enzymes are chemically

a. Lipids b. Proteins

c. Carbohydrates d. None of these



Monoclonal antibodies are produced by

a. Hybridoma technology

b. Biotechnology

c. Fermentation Technology

d. None of these


First line of body defence is

a. Antibody molecules

b. Unbroken skin

c. Antigen molecules

d. Phagocytic cells


13. What is the strength of the bond between antigen and antibody?

a. Affinity b. Avidity

c. Covalent d. None of these


Syphillis is caused by

a. Staphylococcus aureuss

b. Yersinia psdtis

c. Treponema pallidum

d. Streptococcus syphilitic


Nergibodies produced by rabies virus

Show characteristic _____ inner granues

a. Basophilic b. Eosinophilic

c. Neutrophilic d. Acidophilic


The widely used yeast for the production of single cell protein is

a. Saccharomyces cerevisiae

b. Rhizopus

c. Candida utilis

d. All of the above


Analysis of protein antigen is by

a. Southern blot b. Northern blot

c. Western blot d. None of these


Which of the following can provide

Naturally acquired passive immunity for

The new born.

a. IgA b. IgG

c. IgE d. IgM


AIDS disease is caused by a virus which belongs to

a. Retro virus group

b. Rhabdo virus group

c. Hepatitis virus group

d. Adeno virus group


Complement based agglutination

Reaction is known as

a. Haem agglutination

b. Coplement fixation

c. Conglutination

d. Schultz Dale Phenomenon


21. Reverse transcriptase is an enzyme

Involved in the synthesis of

a. DNA b. Soluble RNA

c. m-RNA from DNA d. Nucleotides


The cellular immune response is mediated by

a. B cells b. T cell

c. BT cells d. Endothelial cells


The major immunoglobulin present in the human serum is

a. IgG b. IgA

c. IgE d. IgG


Reagenic type antibody is

a. IgG b. IgA

c. IgM d. IgE


Blood group antigens are

a. Species specific b. Isospecific

c. Autospecific d. Organ specific


The reaction of soluble antigen with

Antibody is known by

a. Precipitation b. Flocculation

c. Agglutination d. Complement fixation


Interferon is composed of

a. Lipids b. Lipoprotein

c. Glycoprotein d. Nucleic acid


28. Agglutination reaction is strongest with the immunoglobulin:

a. IgM b. IgG

c. IgA d. IgD

The use of monoclonal antibodies is

a. Immunotherapy b. Gene therapy

c. Blood transfusion d. Organ transfusion


Hybridoma technique is used for

a. Monoclonal antibodies

b. Polyclonal antibodies

c. Both a and b

d. None of these


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