1. The earliest identifiable cells of T-Cell Lineage during maturation are

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2. MOST antibiotic resistance in bacteria is caused by which of the following?

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3. Anaerobic bacteria obtain their energy requirements from which of the following reactions?

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4. Quaternary ammonium compounds, which are widely used for skin antisepsis, are classified as:

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5. Which of the following is the MOST important function of bacterial pill in causing human infectious disease?

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6. First chemical barrier encountered by microorganism for common exposed sites -

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7. The classic opportunistic infection in acquired immune deficiency syndrome is:

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8. Techoic acid is present in

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9. Actinomycosis is caused by:

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10. Malabsorption caused by A/E -

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11. Which of the following is true about streptococcus pneumoniae:

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12. Which of the following statements related to cross-infection is not true?

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13. Loss of capsule in bacteria is generally associated with

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14. The phase of growth in which bacteria increases in size with increase in metabolic activity but no increase in number is seen in

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15. Successful immunization with a hepatitis B vaccine results in the development of serum antibodies to which of the following?

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16. Which of the following is unique to gram-negative bacteria?

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17. All of the following statements about carbohydrate antigens are true, except

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18. In all of the following bacterial diarrhoeas toxins are implicated as a major pathogenic mechanism except

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19. T lymphocytes are MOST directly involved in which of the following?

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20. Zero growth rate is observed during one of the phases of the bacterial growth curve:

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