Three distinct antigens X Y and Z were used to raise antibodies gate biotech 2015

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Three distinct antigens X, Y and Z were used to raise antibodies-gate biotech 2015

Three distinct antigens X, Y and Z were used to raise antibodies. Antigen Z was injected in a
mouse on day zero followed by the administration of antigens X and Y on day 28. A second
injection of antigen X was administered on day 70. The antibody titers were monitored in the serum
every day and the results are shown below:

Which one of the following statements regarding the antibody titers in the serum is INCORRECT?
(A) Z-specific IgG will be high on day 14
(B) X-specific antibody titer will be high on day 84
(C) X-specific IgG will be high on day 42
(D) Y-specific IgG will be high on day 84



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correct answer is (D) Y-specific IgG will be high on day 84                                                         
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