Observe figure 17.15 and make note of the several steps in the indirect ELISA test. What four essential events are necessary to develop a positive reaction (besides having antibody A)?
Answer to relevant QuestionsExplain how an immunoassay method could use monoclonal antibodies to differentiate between B and T cells and between different subsets of T cells. Explain why it is so important to take a detailed cardiovascular and infection history of dental patients. Comment on the practice of kissing pets on the face or allowing them to lick or kiss one’s face. What are some possible consequences of this? Carefully compare figures 19.11 and 19.23. a. Describe the main differences observable in the lesions of these two conditions. b. Explain how you would go about diagnosing them differentially. “There is no circumstance that you can cook out 230 million bacteria. I’m not willing to take the risk that one pathogen isn’t going to survive”—Ron Schnitzer (microbiologist). Comment on this quote. What do you ...
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