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1. Blood group typing is a part of the following:

  1. Forensic pathology
  2. Forensic serology
  3. Odontology
  4. Criminal investigation

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2. Antibodies are found in the clot blood

  1. Serum
  2. Plasma
  3. RBC
  4. WBC

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3. ABO blood grouping is based on

  1. Red cell enzyme
  2. Red cell antigen
  3. Plasma proteins
  4. HLA

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4. The approximate frequency of AB blood group in the population is:

  1. 5-10%
  2. 10-12.5%
  3. 15-20%
  4. 35-40%

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5. Antigen-Antibody reaction is called as:

  1. Clotting
  2. Agglutination
  3. Fermentation
  4. Condensation

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6. Which of the following specific antibodies are produced when human serum is injected into animals?

  1. Ig M
  2. Ig A
  3. Ig G
  4. Precipitins

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7. The absorption elution method for bloodstains examination was first introduce by:

  1. Zeltsch
  2. Fiori
  3. Siracusa
  4. Coombs

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8. Fisher and Race theory attempts to explain the inheritance of

  1. ABO blood group
  2. HLA
  3. Rh blood group
  4. Secretor or non-secretor status

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9. Which of the following is not a red cell blood group system?

  1. Kell
  2. Duffy
  3. ABO
  4. HLA

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10. Rh antigen in the blood is also known as:

  1. A antigen
  2. B antigen
  3. D antigen
  4. AB antigen

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11. Absorption elution technique is used to detect

  1. Seminal fluid
  2. Fecal matter
  3. Saliva stain
  4. Blood grouping

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12. The incidence of blood groups in the Indian population is in the following sequence

  1. A, O, B, AB
  2. O, A, B, AB
  3. O, B, A, AB
  4. AB, O, B, A

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13. The blood grouping system was given by:

  1. Henry
  2. Burrard
  3. Landsteiner
  4. Curry

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14. HLA is found in:

  1. RBC
  2. WBC
  3. Platelet
  4. Serum

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15. Match the following:

(a) Kell(i) Serum protein
(b) Acid phosphatase(ii) WBC
(c) Haptoglobin(iii) Red cell antigen
(d) HLA(iv) Red cell isoenzymes

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16. Which of these tests is used to check for the presence of antibodies in blood-stained material?

  1. Lattes Crust test
  2. Ring Precipitin test
  3. Takayama test
  4. Teichmann test

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17. Which of these portions of teeth is not preferred for blood-grouping by absorption-elution technique?

  1. Dental pulp
  2. Denture
  3. Cementum
  4. Enamel

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18. Which of the following may be categorized as immunogens?

(a) Hapten S (b) Antigen A (c) Anti Rh (d) Antigen B

  1. (a), (c) and (d) are correct
  2. (a), (b) and (c) are correct
  3. (a), (b) and (d) are correct
  4. (b), (c) and (d) are correct

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  1. Sourabh Meena says:

    Antibodies produced by b cell and found in plasma na so que no 2 correct option is plasma ..?

    1. Yes, you’re correct but partially (and I also modify the question little bit).

      “Antibodies produced by b cell”: This is correct. B cells, a type of white blood cell, produce antibodies as part of the immune response to foreign substances.

      “found in plasma”: This is also correct, but with a caveat. Antibodies are indeed found in the plasma when the blood is in its unclotted form. However, when blood clots and the clotting factors are removed, the remaining liquid is called serum, which also contains antibodies.

      So, if the question is asking where antibodies are found in the blood, both “plasma” and “serum” would be correct answers. However, if the blood has clotted, then “serum” would be the more accurate answer.