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Immunology Quizzes & Trivia

Immunology is the branch of biomedical science that examines immunity in living organisms. Immunity is the body’s ability to ward off infection and disease, and immunity can be gained innately or adaptively. Think you know all about immunology? Take our quizzes and test yourself!

What are the key primary lymphoid organs of the immune system, and what are the secondary lymphatic tissues? What are the significant diseases that immunologists study? What are the specific tests that immunologists often conduct? What are antibodies and antigens? What is the difference between autoimmunity and immunodeficiency? Asthma and allergies are classified as what type of immune system disorder? Why are newborns’ immunological responses suppressed? What is the AAAAI? Is it possible to get an undergraduate degree in immunology? What do these branches of study focus on: circadian immunology, palaeoimmunology, and immunoproteomics? Test your knowledge with our quizzes!
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The immune system is our shield against diseases and various infectious organisms that try to invade our body. It's a host defense system which is built of many biological structures. So, here in this quiz, you shall face...

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    First Line of Defense:

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    Which of the following differentiates an antigen from an immunogen?

Immunology is a branch of biology that deals with the study of immune systems of all living organisms. It is an expansive science and is still being studied extensively. Immunology is the reason why vaccines exist, and it is one...

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    Antigen-presenting cells (APCs) include macrophages and dendritic cells, which are found in lymphoid tissues and the____. These are critical in the uptake and presentation of antigen to T cells.


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    Class III MHC genes encode for which of the following

This examination covers the basics of Immunology and Serology that a Medical Technology student must know. This 70-item exam has a time limit of 60 minutes only. Please enter your name in the required field.

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    Which of the following is not true?
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