Macrophages, MHC2, CD4 and (non)specific immune response

Created April 2020, Offline version here
Video by Paul Anderson, also on his website Bozeman Science.

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Which of the following correctly describes how viruses replicate?
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What are the two general types of immune response a body has?
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Which of the following is NOT an example of a non-specific immune response?
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Can one type of antibody be used for different infections?
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The skin functions as a physical barrier to the exterior. Other than this function, how else does the skin defend the body against antigens?
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What type of protein is used primarily as a specific immune response to identify antigens?
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What is one basic difference between a T-cell and a B-cell
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A student was asked to outline the process of the specific immune response. She wrote, “Macrophages use CD4 to signal helper T-cells so that the T-cells can signal B-cells to manufacture the correct antibody.” Is she correct?
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Suppose a patient recently underwent a heart transplant but the patient’s immune system is attacking it. Which of the following is NOT an acceptable explanation for why this happens?
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A person with chicken pox is rarely infected a second time. Why is that?
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The body has several lines of defenses against bacteria and viruses. Of the following choices, which would be considered the last line of defense?
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If a process was considered as part of the humoral response, where would this process most likely occur?
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Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) attacks helper T-cells. Why is this so detrimental to the infected person?
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A humoral response refers to an immune response occurring in a bodily fluid. What does cell-mediated response refer to?
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Which of the following cell organelles is the most important for a macrophage?
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What is the main purpose for the helper T-cell to become activated?
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Which of the following cells are part of the cell-mediated response?
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In which phase of immunity does a person experience the most symptoms?
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Antibodies can help identify antigens are foreign bodies. What other function do antibodies have that attacks antigens?
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All of the following are function so the chemical CD4 used by T helper cells EXCEPT: