• Doctor
    results. 2. Why does the precipitin line form? Your answer: The precciptin line forms when the antigen and antibody are in optimal proportions and cross-linking occurs forming an insoluble precipitate. 3. Did you think human serum albumin and bovine serum albumin would have epitopes in common...
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  • Physioex 12 Answers
    Review Sheet Results 1. Describe how you were able to determine what antigen is in the unknown well. You did not answer this question. 2. Why does the precipitin line form? You did not answer this question. 3. Did you think human serum albumin and bovine serum albumin would have epitopes in common? How well did the results compare with your prediction? You did not answer this question. 04/29/12 page 4 ...
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  • Chapter 12, Question.
    antibody then occurs, which forms the insoluble precipitation. 11. What is the unknown antigen in the simulation? 12. Considering your results, do you think that human serum albumin and bovine serum albumin have epitopes in common? Explain. 13. What is the process resulting in antigen and...
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  • Physioex 12 Answers
    the unknown antigen in the simulation? Since there is no reading or text for this activity I don’t understand how I am suppose to figure out what the unknown antigen is. 12. Considering your results, do you think that human serum albumin and bovine serum albumin have epitopes in common...
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  • review sheet 12 a&p
    . Patient c maybe because there was a nonspecific binding. Ouchterlony Technique 10. What is a precipitin line? 11. What is the unknown antigen in the simulation? 12. Considering your results, do you think that human serum albumin and bovine serum albumin have epitopes in common...
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  • Serological testing
    achieve the same result. 2. Why does the precipitin line form? The precipitin line occurs when the antigen and antibody are in optimal proportions and cross-linking occurs forming an insoluble precipitate. 3. Did you think human serum albumin and bovine serum albumin would have epitopes in...
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  • Eliza
    bovine serum albumin. Step 4 Infection by HIV-1 causes the individual to mount an antibody response, which eventually results in plasma IgG molecules that bind to different HIV proteins (or different areas or the same protein). If these antibodies are present, as in the plasma sample of an HIV...
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  • Jaundiced Baby
    in previous POPS sessions, you should have identified some of your own strengths and weaknesses in helping your classmates learn. In your next group meeting, why not focus on a strategy to utilize your greatest strength or to eliminate your greatest weakness? Two common student strengths are the...
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  • Blood Banking
    and record the results of enzyme and TAT on the antigram chart. Evaluation of Panel Results Start from negative tests. Strike out all the antigens which are present on the cells but show no agglutination or hemolysis in any phase. When you have ruled out the antigenic determinate present...
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  • Proteins
    peptide nitrogen atoms with Cu2+. Analysis of results : Protein from animal sources ( meat, poultry, milk, fish) have a high quality because they contain all the essential amino acids in proportions similar to those required for synthesis of human tissue proteins. Essential amino acids...
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  • ELISA
    Initially in a direct ELISA test which is considered to be the simplest type of ELISA the antigen is adsorbed to a plastic plate, then an excess of another protein (normally bovine serum albumin) is added to block all the other binding sites. While an enzyme is linked to an antibody in a separate...
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  • Syncron System
    ® DxC 800 System and SYNCHRON® Systems Protein Calibrator, is intended for quantitative determination of albumin concentration in human serum or plasma. CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE Albumin measurements are used in the diagnosis and treatment of numerous diseases primarily involving the liver and/or kidneys...
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  • Clinical Chemistry
    finger of your left hand, apply a probing pressure (up and down) iv. if you feel an elastic tube fibbing under the pressure of your finger, you have located the vein. f. Applying the antiseptic a. Inserting the needle...
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  • Biologics
    ) Use : prevent dangerous bleeding episode or to perform surgery Albumin Human (Albutein®, Buminate®, Albuminar®, Plasbumin®) Syn : normal serum albumin (human) D : sterile, nonpyrogenic preparation of serum albumin obtained by fractionating material (source blood plasma, serum, or placentas...
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  • Radio immunodiffusion
    -Antibody Patterns - Amrita University"). This result will represent a long band with a “spur” because the antibody is able to react with the epitopes of one antigen (B, Whole Serum) but is unable to interact with all the epitopes of the other antigens of the other well (C, Albumin). Lastly, in the pattern...
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  • Biology Lab
    ) 6) 7) 8) 9) 1) 2) Write the principle, construction and operation of f.p.m. How do you determine serum sodium by Flame Photometry? Write about determination of serum potassium by Flame Photometry. How do you determine urinary sodium by Flame Photometry? Give the principle and procedure of...
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  • Isolation and Purification of Proteins
    targets Bovine serum albumin protein (Fermentas, 2011).The result was obtained from western blot method were positive for α-β-actin, α-BSA and α- GAPDH. Two bands were appeared based on the result that was obtained from western blot image for α-β-actin antibody .The unstained molecular weight marker...
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  • Essay
    successful smallpox vaccination, have eczema or evidence of immune deficiency, contact the instructor before handling this virus. Be careful! Do not get this virus in your eyes! Vaccinia virus is the live virus vaccine for smallpox. While less pathogenic than smallpox or variola virus it...
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  • Elisa Question Answers
    plate. Then a solution which contains the non reactive protein like casein or the bovine serum albumin is introduced to stop any further changes that had not drawn the interest protein, which is called the blocking step. Next the serum is introduced on which is known to contain the antibodies that...
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  • Reproduction
    day, females were checked for plug formation. At Day 3.5, females were sacrificed and the uterine tracts were isolated and flushed with PBS containing 1% bovine serum albumin. Blastocysts were isolated and incubated in PBS/1% albumin at 37 C. Single blastocysts were transferred into a micromanipulation...
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