ELISA LAB - ELISA Day 1 Intro To determine antibodies in...

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ELISA 11/18/19 Day 1: Intro To determine antibodies in people’s blood, there is a method that scientists or even doctors utilize to receive their results. This technique is known as ELISA, which is abbreviated for “Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay”. This technique is supposed to have the antibodies interact with antigens to show us a reaction of the patient’s blood sample. We will be testing for the presence of the HIV protein p24 which is known for a viral capsid. By doing so, there are specific steps that we will have to follow inorder for the procedure to be performed accurately. To begin this experiment, let’s take a look below to the following instructions to proceed. Methods Label 4 tubes with our initials and, 1 pos/1neg/1A/1B. Label 1 tube as the first primer & another tube as the 2nd primer. Label 8 microplate strip wells. Add 50ul of the “+” control into the positive wells.
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