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Antigenicity, this is

The feature of a paratope that conditions its capacity of being specifically recognized by antibodies

The feature of an antigen that conditions its capacity of specific immune response activation

The feature of an epitope that conditions its capacity of being specifically recognized by a paratope

The feature of an antigen that conditions its capacity of being specifically recognized by an antigen determinant

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A blood smear, this is a test aimed basically to assess:

Red blood cell count

Hemoglobin amount

Platelets count

White blood cell pattern

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The essential elements of the specific recognition in the immune system are

An antigen, an antibody, the complement

An Antibody, a BCR, a TCR

An epitope, a paratope, the complement

A MHC, a HLA, a denditric cell

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A Cell that encounters an antigen for which it has a specific receptor may finally:

Be activated to an effector cell

Be activated into a memory cell

be inactivated and/or undergo apoptosis

Ignore presence of the antigen

All correct

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The acquired immune response can be characterized by the below

features with the EXCEPTION of

High specificity

Immune memory

Invariability

High variability

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A Fab composition in an antibody

(->  allotopes, which are non-varying structures on the Fc receptor.)

determines antibodies class

determines antibody sub class

determines the epitope binding capacity?

determines the antibody allotrope?

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To identify populations of NK cells and T-cell in the peripheral

blood cell population, there should be assessed

(Midterm Set II)

CD3, CD45, CD56

CD4, CD8, CD16

CD3, CD4, CD19

CD3, CD14, CD56

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A HIV infection diagnostic procedure referred to as a confirmation

test should be

ELISA (detection of anti-gp 120)

Western blot

ELISA (detection of anti-p24)

Flow cytometry (immunophenotyping of CD4+, CD8+, CD20 + cells)