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CSIR-UGC-NET-JRF Life Sciences- Immunology Previous Questions

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Immunology Notes
1. Mast cells have receptor for (June 2006)
a) IgE
b) IgA
c) IgG
d) IgM
2. Secondary immune response is generated due to (June 2006)
a) naive B cells
b) Memory cells
c) naive T cells
d) NK cells

3. Which of the following cell possess poly morphonucleus (June 2007)
a) B- cells
b) Neutrophils
c) macrophage
d) erythrocyte
4. Histamine secretion by degranulation from which cell leads to immediate hypersensitivity (Dec 2006)
a) B cells
b) T helper cells
c) basophils
d) mast cells

5.Which cell is involved in antigen clearance non-specifically be engulfing them ( Dec 2006)
a) B cells
b) cytotoxic T cells
c) T cells
d) Phagocytic cells

6. In SCID, there is (June 2007)
a) Low IgM
b) Low number fo nueterophils
c) Low number of T cells or b cells
d) Low number of macrophages

7. Which of the following vaccine does not provide life time protection (June 2006)
a) Polio
b) Tetanus
c) DPT
d) small pox

8. Lymphatic systems are primarily associated with (Dec, 2007)
a) Lymph recycling
b) phagocytosis
c) acquired immunity
d) innate immunity
9. Haematopoietic stem cells are found in (Dec, 2007)
a) skin
b) spleen
c) bone marrow
d) payers patches
10. Goucher disease where glucocerebroside are not degraded is related to (June 2006)
a)golgi apparatus
b) ER
c) Lysosomes
d) peroxisomes
11. Which antibody is known to responsible for allergic reactions (June, 2009)
a) IgM
b) IgA
c) IgE
d) IgD
12. Which of the following is not coded by MHC genes (Dec,2008)
a) glycoproteins
b) antigen presenting proteins
c) complements of complement pathway
d) immunoglobulins
13. Which is least likely to occur for removal of cancer cells? (Dec,2008)
a) Phagocytosis
b) complement fixation
c) T-cell based cytotoxicity
d) autophagy
14. Which function is not related with Th1 cells (June, 2009)
a) secretion of IL2
b) induce phagocytosis
c) activated B cells
d) promoting antibody binding to soluble antigens
15. Immunotoxins are (June, 2009)
a) anti-toxins
b) antibody for specific antigen tagged with toxin
c) low immunogenic toxin
d) bacterial toxins

  1. a) IgE
  2. b) Memory cells
  3. b) Neutrophils
  4. d) mast cells
  5. d) Phagocytic cells
  6. c) Low number of T cells or b cells
  7. b) Tetanus
  8. c) acquired immunity
  9. c) bone marrow
  10. c) Lysosomes
  11. c) IgE
  12. d) immunoglobulins
  13. d) autophagy
  14. d) promoting antibody binding to soluble antigens
  15. b) antibody for specific antigen tagged with toxin

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