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Monolonal antibody

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  • Q1
    What is a monoclonal antibody?
    A type of pain medication.
    A type of chemotherapy.
    An antibody made by identical immune cells that are all clones of a unique parent cell.
    A type of bacterial infection.
  • Q2
    Which of the following is not a potential use for monoclonal antibodies?
    Treating infectious diseases.
    Curing the common cold.
    Treating autoimmune diseases.
    Treating cancer.
  • Q3
    How are monoclonal antibodies made?
    By extracting them from plants.
    By harvesting them from animals.
    By exposing immune cells to an antigen and selecting the clones that produce the desired antibody.
    By synthesizing them chemically in a lab.
  • Q4
    What is the advantage of using monoclonal antibodies over traditional small-molecule drugs?
    Monoclonal antibodies are more selective and have fewer side effects.
    Monoclonal antibodies are easier to produce.
    Monoclonal antibodies work faster.
    Monoclonal antibodies are cheaper.
  • Q5
    What is an example of a monoclonal antibody drug?
  • Q6
    What is the mechanism of action for monoclonal antibodies?
    They inhibit DNA replication in bacteria.
    They block nerve signals to reduce pain.
    They destroy cancer cells directly.
    They bind to specific antigens and either trigger an immune response or block the antigen's activity.
  • Q7
    What is an obstacle to using monoclonal antibodies as a cancer treatment?
    They are difficult to administer.
    They are not effective against solid tumors.
    Resistance can develop over time.
    They are too expensive.
  • Q8
    Which of the following is not a potential side effect of monoclonal antibody therapy?
    Weight gain.
  • Q9
    What is the future of monoclonal antibody therapy?
    It is a controversial field with limited acceptance.
    It is a field with no potential for further growth.
    It is a dying field with few remaining applications.
    It is an expanding field with many potential applications.
  • Q10
    Which of the following is not a company involved in developing monoclonal antibody drugs?
    Johnson & Johnson.
    Bristol-Myers Squibb.
  • Q11
    What is the primary source of monoclonal antibodies?
    Natural killer cells
    T cells
    B cells
    Red blood cells
  • Q12
    What is the name of the process used to create monoclonal antibodies?
    Western blotting
    Hybridoma technology
    Polymerase chain reaction
  • Q13
    What is the role of a monoclonal antibody?
    To destroy all cells in the body
    To trigger an immune response
    To bind to a specific target antigen
    To regulate cell growth
  • Q14
    Which type of monoclonal antibody is used to treat cancer?
    Prophylactic monoclonal antibodies
    Therapeutic monoclonal antibodies
    Diagnostic monoclonal antibodies
    Blocking monoclonal antibodies
  • Q15
    What is the name of the antibody that is used as a control in monoclonal antibody production?
    Secondary antibody
    Fluorescent probe
    Epitope tag
    Isotype control

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