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  yousmle99 - 02/09/18 15:55
 
  A newborn child is exposed to Streptococcus agalactiae and subsequently develops meningitis.
Which of the following could have contributed to this child’s bacterial infection?

(A) A defect in DNA repair enzymes with associated IgA deficiency
(B) An X-linked recessive defect in a tyrosine kinase gene
(C) Improper development of the thymus and parathyroid glands
(D) Improper transfer of IgG from the mother to the fetus
(E) Improper transfer of IgM from the mother to the fetus
 
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  cardio69 - 02/12/18 15:58
 
  D/
Thanks 4 q.
 
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  crossover - 02/12/18 19:24
 
  IgG crosses placenta but not igM
Strep agalactiae is most transferred from the mother during birth
 
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  yousmle99 - 02/13/18 15:10
 
  Yes right.
U r welcome cardio69. and also Thanks for answering.(cardio69 and crossover)
 
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