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Immunohistochemistry: Quiz


Question 1: Identification of ________ lymphomas using CD20
Adaptive immune systemT helper cellPlasma cellB cell

Question 2: Detergents like Triton X-100 are generally used in immunohistochemistry to reduce ________, allowing less reagent to be used to achieve better and more even coverage of the sample.
Surface tensionViscosityFluid staticsFluid dynamics

Question 3: The direct method is a one-step staining method, and involves a labeled ________ (e.g.
Adaptive immune systemAutoantibodyImmune systemAntibody

Question 4: Hence, secondary antibodies recognize immunoglobulins of a particular species and are conjugated to either biotin or a reporter enzyme such as ________ or horseradish peroxidase (HRP).
Aspartate transaminaseAlkaline phosphataseReference ranges for blood testsPhospholipase A2

Question 5: FITC conjugated antiserum) reacting directly with the ________ in tissue sections.
Polyclonal B cell responseAntigenImmune systemPhagocyte

Question 6: Carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA): used for identification of ________.
Krukenberg tumorICD-10 Chapter II: NeoplasmsAdenocarcinomaSquamous cell carcinoma

Question 7: Many proteins shown to be highly upregulated in pathological states by immunohistochemistry are potential targets for therapies utilising ________.
NatalizumabVisilizumabMonoclonal antibodiesOcrelizumab

Question 8: It is also an effective way to examine the tissues .This has made it a widely-used technique in the ________, enabling researchers to examine protein expression within specific brain structures.
Cognitive neurosciencePsychologyNeuroscienceNeurolinguistics

Question 9: ________ (PSA): for prostate cancer
Factor XPlasminReelinProstate-specific antigen

Question 10: Immunohistochemistry is used to determine patients who may benefit from therapeutic antibodies such as ________ (cetuximab).


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