IMMUNOLOGY

c-reactive protein blood test principle, procedure, indications, High, Low

c-reactive protein blood test principle, procedure, indications, High, Low

C-reactive protein(CRP) is an important biomarker of inflammatory cytokines such as interleukin-6. Therefore c-reactive blood test used to assess their concentration, It is classified as an acute-phase reactant, which means c-reactive protein concentration rises within a few hours. C-reactive protein increases in the following conditions, Cell injuries Infections Inflammation   C-reactive protein blood test principle …

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5 most common autoimmune disease

5 most common autoimmune disease Here is the list of 5 fatal autoimmune diseases.            Multiple sclerosis (MS)          Type 1 diabetes mellitus.          Guillain-Barré syndrome          Rheumatoid arthritis          The systemic lupus erythematosus (lupus)          Inflammatory …

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which of the following is not a function of antibodies

Immunology questions answers

In the Immunology test, you will explore your knowledge about immunology. which of the following is not a function of antibodies a. opsonization b. complements fixation 1) Immunity has ……… basic types.                   a. two b. three                 c. four 2) Percentage of IgG in serum ……………..!                   a. 75%     b. …

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