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MCQ: Opsonization is the process by which

  1. Bacteria are made more easily phagocytized
  2. Chemokines attract neutrophils to the site of infection
  3. The acute-phase response is induced
  4. Neutrophils migrate from the blood through the endothelium to reach the site of infection

A

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MCQ: The smallest virus with diameter 28nm is named as

  1. Picornaviruses
  2. Herpesviruses
  3. Poxviruses
  4. Adenovirus

A

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MCQ: Tularemia is caused by

  1. Mycobacterium
  2. S. typhi
  3. Francisella tularensis
  4. Staphylococcus

C

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MCQ: The way of transmission of arbovirus is

  1. Cattles
  2. Monkeys
  3. Arthropods
  4. Pigs

C

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MCQ: Active transport, energy generation, synthesis of cell wall precursor and secretion of toxins and enzymes are the functions of

  1. Cell wall
  2. Cytoplasm
  3. Nucleus
  4. Cell membrane

D