Home - Microbiology - Antigen Antibody Reaction

Antigen Antibody Reaction Online Exam Quiz

Important questions about Antigen Antibody Reaction. Antigen Antibody Reaction MCQ questions with answers. Antigen Antibody Reaction exam questions and answers for students and interviews.

1. Quellung reaction is used for typing of

Options

A : Klebsiella pneumoniae

B : Streptococcus pneumoniae

C : Both (a) and (b)

D : None of these

2. Commercially available ELISA kits are used for the detection of

Options

A : rotavirus

B : hepatitis B surface antigen

C : anti-HIV antibodies

D : all of these

3. The test (s) based on the principle of toxin neutralization is/are

Options

A : Nagler's reaction

B : Schick test

C : both (a) and (b)

D : none of these

4. Amount of various immunoglobulin classes can be measured by

Options

A : double diffusion in one dimension

B : single diffusion in two dimensions

C : single diffusion in one dimension

D : double diffusion in two dimensions

5. Fluorescent treponemal antibody test is an example of

Options

A : indirect immunofluorescence

B : direct immunofluorescence

C : both (a) and (b)

D : none of these

1. Slide agglutination reaction is/are useful for the identification of the culture(s) of

Options

A : Shigella

B : Vibrio cholerae

C : Salmonella

D : All of these

2. Counter-immunoelectrophoresis is used for the detection of

Options

A : Meningococcal antigen

B : Hepatitis B surface antigen

C : Alpha-fetoprotein

D : All of these

3. Ring test is used for

Options

A : C-reactive protein test

B : Ascoli's thermoprecipitation test

C : typing of streptococci and pneumococci

D : all of the above

4. In which of the following case a large lattice is formed?

Options

A : Antibody is in excess

B : Antigens and antibodies are in optimal proportion

C : Antigen is in excess

D : None of these

5. Precipitation reaction is relatively less sensitive for the detection of

Options

A : antigens

B : antigen-antibody complexes

C : antibodies

D : complement

6. VDRL test is an example of

Options

A : Tube test

B : Ring test

C : Slide test

D : none of these

7. Weil-Felix reaction is based on sharing of antigens between

Options

A : sheep RBCs and EB virus

B : mycoplasma and human O group RBCs

C : rickettsial antigens and antigens of certain strains of Proteus

D : none of these

8. Agglutination reaction is more sensitive than precipitation for the detection of

Options

A : antigens

B : antibodies

C : complement

D : antigen-antibody complexes

9. Precipitation reaction can be converted into agglutination reaction by coating soluble antigen onto

Options

A : bentonite particles

B : RBCs

C : latex particles

D : all of these

10. Monoclonal antibody production requires

Options

A : mouse splenic lymphocytes

B : mouse myeloma cells

C : both (a) and (b)

D : none of these

Microbiology more Online Exam Quiz

Copyright © 2021
Exam-GK-MCQ-Questions.Com | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Sitemap | 0.019078016281128