1. Toxoids are

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2. The most common site, where organisms are present in a typhoid carrier is:

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3. A bacterial disease that has been associated with the 3 "Rs" i.e., rats, ricefields, and rainfall is

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4. Which of the following is a true statement?

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5. Anaerobic bacteria lacking catalase are generally

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

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7. Organism involved in Cysticercosis of oral cavity

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8. Which of the following is not a role of immunoglobulin G (IgG):

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9. Oxidase positive Gram-negative bacilli that do not show coloured colonies on Mac-Conkey Media

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10. Virus is usually cultured in:

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11. An example of naturally acquired passive immunity is:

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12. Following hepatitis B infection transfusion disease manifests in:

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13. All of the following statements about Pathogenesis of clostridium difficile associated pseudomembranous enterocolitis are true, except

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14. Asexual spores of fungi are following except -

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15. Which of the following is characteristic infection' caused by Nocardia:

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16. Exotoxins are:

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17. A five year old child presents with pustular lesions on the lower legs. The culture from the lesion showed hemolytic gram positive coccii. Provisional diagnosis of Group A streptococcal pyoderma can be done by:

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18. True about meningococci vaccine is

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19. Infectious form of Entamoeba histolytica is

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20. Staphylococci typically occurs in

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