If new viruses are formed in an infected cell, can the cell survive at the release of viruses?
A. In most of the cases, it cannot
B. It always survives
C. It has no capability to survive
D. It can survive
After getting into the body of the person, the virus enters into
C. T- helper lymphocytes
D. T- cytotoxic lymphocytes
Which cell of the body acts like a HIV factory?
A. HIV Infected macrophage
B. HIV infected monocytes
C. HIV infected Cytotoxic T cells
D. Helper T cells
Which of the following statements is wrong with respect to AIDS?
A. ELISA is a diagnostic tool
B. Anti- retroviral drugs is only partially effective
C. The death is evitable by the use of drugs against retrovirus
D. The drugs can only prolong the life
NACO stands for
A. National AIDS Corporation Organization
B. National AIDS Coeducation Organization
C. National AIDS Coordinated Organization
D. National AIDS Control Organization
In cancer cells
A. The regulatory mechanisms controlling cell growth are affected
B. The regulatory mechanisms controlling cell differentiation are affected
C. The regulatory mechanisms controlling cell growth and differentiation are affected
D. The regulatory mechanisms controlling cell meiosis are affected.
Which of the following is the most feared property of Malignant tumor?
A. Contact inhibition
C. Uncontrolled division
D. No differentiation
Which of the following is not a carcinogen
Which of the following non- Ionizing radiations causes cancer?
A. X Ray
B. Gamma Rays
C. UV rays
D. Both A and B
The major cause of lung cancer is
A. Biological carcinogen
B. Chemical carcinogen
C. Physical carcinogen
D. Both B and C