T and B Lymphocytes

This is a brief quiz on T and B lymphocytes; their production, maturation and function within the body

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  • Created by: gemmmmma
  • Created on: 06-08-20 11:05

1. What is the function of Th2 cells?

  • Mediation of humoral immunity
  • Activating naive T cells
  • Mediation of cellular immunity
  • Production of IFN-γ
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2. Which is a brief description of the Opposing Signals model?

  • NK cells recognise altered self cells through inhibition and activation Igs
  • NK cells recognise altered self cells through inhibition and activation receptors
  • NK cells recognise altered self cells through inhibition and activation cytokines
  • NK cells recognise altered self cells through inhibition and activation chemical signals

3. Which of the following is NOT a role of B cells

  • Creating immunological immunity
  • Activating T cells
  • Producing antibodies
  • Creating humoral immunity

4. B cells are __% of blood lymphocytes

  • 60%
  • 80%
  • 20%
  • 25%

5. Where do T lymphocytes mature?

  • Spleen
  • Cerebellum
  • Thymus
  • Bone marrow

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