C. sensitized T cells.D. complement.E. IgM antibody.390. A patient with rheumatic fever develops a sore throat from which beta-hemolytic streptococci are cultured. The patient is started on treatment withpenicillin, and the sore throat resolves within several days. However, 7 days afterinitiation of penicillin therapy the patient develops a fever of 103°F, a generalizedrash, and proteinuria. This MOST probably resulted fromA. recurrence of the rheumatic fever.B. a different infectious disease.C. an IgE response to penicillin.D. an IgG-IgM response to penicillin.E. a delayed hypersensitivity reaction to penicillin.391. A kidney biopsy specimen taken from a patient with acute glomerulonephritisand stained with fluorescein-conjugated anti-human IgG antibody would probablyshowA. no fluorescence.B. uniform fluorescence of the glomerular basement membrane.C. patchy, irregular fluorescence of the glomerular basement membrane.D. fluorescent B cells.E. fluorescent macrophages.392. A patient with severe asthma gets no relief from antihistamines. The symptomsare MOST likely to be caused byA. interleukin-2.