Proteins Quiz

This quiz will test your knowledge of different proteins such as prealbumin, haptoglobin, ferritin, albumin, and fibronectin.

0%
0 votes, 0 avg
12

GOOD LUCK

WELL DONE


Created by quizshell

Proteins

1 / 23

Category: Clinical Chemistry

1. Which of the following immunoglobin is increased in allergies, asthma, and parasitic infections?

2 / 23

Category: Clinical Chemistry

2. What is the three-dimensional shape of a protein called?

3 / 23

Category: Clinical Chemistry

3. Which of the following protein is used to predict the risk of premature birth?

4 / 23

Category: Clinical Chemistry

4. What protein has the highest concentration in the plasma?

5 / 23

Category: Clinical Chemistry

5. The structure formed by the sequence of amino acids within a polypeptide chain is?

6 / 23

Category: Clinical Chemistry

6.  The Kjeldahl technique for the determination of serum total protein measures the amount of?

7 / 23

Category: Clinical Chemistry

7. What is the building block of proteins?

8 / 23

Category: Clinical Chemistry

8. Which blood protein is most responsible for osmotic pressure?

9 / 23

Category: Clinical Chemistry

9. What are macromolecules made of amino acids linked to another by peptide bond called?

10 / 23

Category: Clinical Chemistry

10. Decreased level of haptoglobin is indicative of?

11 / 23

Category: Clinical Chemistry

11. Elevated alpha-1-fetoprotein during pregnancy is expected in which of the following condition(s)?

12 / 23

Category: Clinical Chemistry

12. Which of the following protein is elevated in the amniotic fluid in neural tube defects?

13 / 23

Category: Clinical Chemistry

13. Which element distinguishes proteins from carbohydrate and lipid compounds?

14 / 23

Category: Clinical Chemistry

14. Which of the following protein is found in urine of a patient with multiple myeloma?

15 / 23

Category: Clinical Chemistry

15. In which condition would you expect an increased level of alpha-1-antitrypsin and C-reactive protein (CRP)?

16 / 23

Category: Clinical Chemistry

16. What color does biuret turn when protein is present?

17 / 23

Category: Clinical Chemistry

17.  Decreased alpha-1-fetoprotein level in maternal serum is expected in which of the following disorder?

18 / 23

Category: Clinical Chemistry

18. Which protein binds to free hemoglobin?

19 / 23

Category: Clinical Chemistry

19. In what condition would an increased level of serum albumin be expected?

20 / 23

Category: Clinical Chemistry

20. Which protein transports iron?

21 / 23

Category: Clinical Chemistry

21. The biuret method for the determination of protein concentrations measures the amount of?

22 / 23

Category: Clinical Chemistry

22. Which of the immunoglobulin class is able to cross the placenta from the mother to the fetus? 

23 / 23

Category: Clinical Chemistry

23. In what condition would decreased level of alpha-1-antitrypsin be expected?

Your score is

0%

Leave a Reply

Shopping Cart
%d bloggers like this: