[Immunology] The Serological and Molecular Detection of Bacterial Infections Quizzes (12 tests)

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[Immunology] The Serological and Molecular Detection of Bacterial Infections Quizzes (12 tests)
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Select the one best response to each question!

All of the following are protective mechanisms against bacteria except

All of the following are characteristics of streptococcal M proteins except

An ASO titer and a Streptozyme test are performed on a patient’s serum. The ASO titer was negative, showing hemolysis in all patient tubes. The Streptozyme test is positive, and both the positive and negative controls react appropriately. What can you conclude from these test results?

Which of the following applies to acute rheumatic fever?

Which of the following indicates the presence of anti-DNase B activity in serum?


Which of the following is considered to be a nonsuppurative complication of streptococcal infection?

All of the following are ways that bacteria can evade host defenses except

Antibody testing for Rocky Mountain spotted fever may not be helpful for which reason?

Which of the following enzymes is used to detect the presence of H. pylori infections?

Which of the following reasons make serological identification of a current infection with Helicobacter pylori difficult?


M. pneumoniae infections are associated with which antibodies?

Which of the following best describes the principle of the IFA test for detection of antibodies produced in Rocky Mountain spotted fever?

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