Immunology - International students, 3rd year - winter semester

Last update: 12. 9. 2012

Exam Questions from Immunology - 3rd year

  1. Central and peripheral lymphoid organs
  2. The origine and differentiation of immunocompetent cells
  3. Nonspecific immunity
  4. Specific immunity
  5. Humoral immunity
  6. Cellular immunity
  7. Nonimmunological defense mechanisms
  8. Monocyte-macrophages
  9. Granulocytes, types and function
  10. Phagocytosis
  11. Killing mechanisms of phagocytic cells, cytotoxic T lymphocytes and NK cells
  12. Complement and its function
  13. NK cells, surface molecules, function
  14. Cytokines and their role in immune reaction
  15. Antigen processing and presentation
  16. HLA class I, structure, function
  17. HLA class II, structure, function
  18. Lymphocytes T, differentiation, subpopulations
  19. Membrane molecules of T-lymphocytes and their function
  20. Lymphocytes TH1
  21. Lymphocytes TH2
  22. Lymphocytes B, developement and differentiation
  23. Imunoglobulins G and M, structure and function
  24. Imunoglobulin A, structure and function
  25. Imunoglobulin E, structure and function
  26. Primary and secondary antibody response
  27. Mucosal immunity
  28. Immune mechanisms in defense against parasites
  29. Immune mechanisms in defense against bacterial infections
  30. Immune mechanisms in defense against viral infections
  31. Immune mechanisms in defense against tumors
  32. Immunopatological reaction type I-anaphylactic
  33. Immunopatological reaction type II-cytotoxic
  34. Immunopatological reaction mediated by immune complexes
  35. Immunopatological reaction mediated by T-lymphocytes
  36. Pathogenesis of the septic shock
  37. Mechanism of action of antireceptor antibodies
  38. Immunological reactions involved in transplant rejection
  39. Graft versus host reaction
  40. The causes of autoimmune diseases
  41. Mechanisms of central and peripheral tolerance
  42. Organ based autoimmune diseases
  43. Systemic autoimmune diseases
  44. Antibody deficiencies
  45. Combine immunodeficiencies
  46. Immune deficiency induced by HIV infection
  47. Aquired disorders of immunity
  48. Possibilities of suppression of immune response
  49. Possibilities of stimulation of immune response
  50. Vaccination

Total number of questions: 50

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