1. How to differentiate “O” and a Bombay groups:
2. AHG Test: Wash with NSS 3X to remove globulins. Why?
3. Aside from serum, Anti A and anti B can also be found in_______
4. Anti-Duffy antibodies can cause HDN and HTR, True or False?
5. Emergency cases patients transfused with
6. Intrauterine transfusion: blood unit of choice is: PRBC, Frozen RBC, anything will do
7. Aside from Whole blood and PRBC, what component is needed to be crossmatch prior to transfusion?
8. What proteolytic enzyme is not utilized by to enhance antibody activity?
9. Enhances granulocyte production in leukapheresis
10. Specific gravity of copper sulfate for Hgb screening
11. Antigens belonging to KELL except: Lutheran, Cellano, Penney, Sutter
12. Next to ABO, what blood group system is tested prior to transfusion
13. How to test in vivo sensitization of RBCs
14. Sugar responsible for Grp B blood group specificity
15. Rh-Hr nomenclature is introduced by?
16. CRP indicates what?
17. Qualitative VDRL is interpreted by: titration, naked eye, spectrophotometer, microscopically
18. Presence of excess antigen
19. Major blood group system destroyed by enzymes
20. How to differentiate IgG antibodies from sensitized RBCs
21. Type and screening Antibodies reduce time for
22. Weak D (Du) best detected by
23. HLA complex is located on
24. Sum of all attractive forces between antigen and antibodies
25. Strength of primary interaction between a single antibody and combining site and an epitope
26. Antibodies in Rh system typically react at what temperature
27. Blood components prepared in BB except: Fibrinogen, Cryosupernatant, Deglycerolized RBC, Washed RBC
28. Not necessary for autologous transfusion
29. Immediate precursor of H gene
30. Blood group system that is associated with late HTR
31. Anti-I is a problem in BB because it is a: Cold Agglutinin, Warm agglutinin, Either, neither
32. Weil Felix test is main diagnostic tool for:
33. Weil felix reaction utilizes what type of organism
34. Buffered adenine glucose mannitol of CPD
35. Usual source of screening cells in antibody screening
36. Detects antigen-antibody reaction by measuring light scattering
37. Ig that acts as soldier in mucosal surfaces of the body
38. Ig known as primary immune response
39. Heat labile Ig
40. Combination of soluble antigen and soluble antibodies
41. Xenogenecity in transplant immunology clarifies what?
42. The regulatory function of Ts cells is directed to the activities of what T-cell?
43. Molecular complex formed of antigen and antibody bound specifically together
44. Number of binding sites present on either antigen or antibody molecule is referred as
45. Active immunity occurs in administration of: immune serum, toxoid, either, neither
46. Cell forms erythrocyte-antibody-complement rosette
47. Portion of antigenic determinant that capable of reacting with antibody
48. Antigenically defined types within Ig light chain
49. Antibody against the following will react against all Ig classes: y heavy, x heavy, gamma light, alpha heavy
50. Test required the use of cells serum mixtures, 1st to be placed in test tube is: cell, serum, either, neither
51. Portion of antibody molecule shows no antigen reactivity
52. Western blot detects which set of antigen
53. Causative agents of disease produce elevated cold agglutinin titer
54. Heterophil antibodies produced in IM agglutinates what RBC
55. Maximum volume of whole blood that can be donated per kg of body weight
56. Patient taking Dufasteride may be able to donate blood after
57. Patient who had tetanus toxoid immunization is deferred for
58. Best assay to detect CMV: RIA, EIA, IHA, complement fixation
59. Ig most efficient in binding complement
60. Lectin use to identify the A1 subtype of !
61. Which is associated with M. pneumonia infection and...
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