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18 -- Part 2: Practical Applications of Immunology -- Part 4
Vaccines are the most effective way to control cytopathic effects of viruses in cell cultures.
There are many tests that can be used to determine the presence of antibodies in the body.
The percentage of false positive results is used to calculate the percentage of labeled antibodies.
The direct ELISA can be used to detect a specific pathogen.
The indirect ELISA can be used to detect antibodies.
The techniques use antibodies.
Antigen-antibody reactions can be detected.
New reaction will occur as a result of the use of monoclonal antibodies.
The answers tab at the back of the textbook has a label for the components of the direct and indirect ELISA.
The following vaccines should be categorized by type.
In the following situations, label the components of the direct and indirect FA tests.
Match the serological tests in column A to the descrip tions in column B.
Adding fluorescent to a slide can be used to detect syphilis.
The indicator is labeled with brain tissue.
A fluorescent dye is added to the red blood cells.
A test is used to detect the presence of antibodies.
Many serological tests require a supply of antibodies.
These are injected into a person's skin.
Four people are examples in the first and second questions.
The filter paper is being streaked bybacteria.
Maria's worker died after contracting the disease from the children.
The following choices are used to answer questions.
A person was bitten by a bat.
A test is used to identify the disease in a dog.
As an AIDS nurse, you discuss the HIV status of a newborn with her mother.
The baby tested positive for both Western and ELISA, but the test for HIV was negative.
Diagnostic methods for HIV can be found on pages 540-541.
The answers to In the Clinic questions can be found online.
The two lymphocytes shown attacking a cancer cell are cells of the immune system.
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