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Cytotoxic (Type II Hypersensitivity)

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1People with type AB blood have
A)both type A and type B antigens on their red blood cells
B)both anti-A and anti-B antibodies in their serum
C)A antigen on their red blood cells and anti-B antibodies in their serum
D)a and b
E)none of the above



2When type B blood is given to a person with type A blood
A)B antigen from the donor reacts with anti-B antibody in the recipient
B)B antigen from the recipient reacts with anti-B antibody in the donor
C)B antigen from the donor reacts with anti-A antibody in the recipient
D)A antigen from the donor reacts with anti-A antibody in the recipient
E)no reaction occurs



3A person with type AB blood may receive
A)type A blood
B)type B blood
C)type AB blood
D)type O blood
E)all of the above



4People with type O blood can be universal donors because their red blood cells do not contain either A antigen or B antigen on their surface.
A)True
B)False



5A person with type O blood may receive blood from a person with type B blood.
A)True
B)False







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