time went on Sue started to feel her neck being heavy and tight. So, it makes since why Sue, Jill, Maria, and Marco got meningitis, they had the right symptoms. Everyone else most likely had a common cold or the flu. I believe Sue brought the bacteria to college. Sue and Jill were roommates and played soccer together. Wanda and Jill were in the same sorority. Anthony sees his girlfriend Maria, often. Maggie lives on the same floor as Sue and Jill, and they are in the same chemistry class.
1.1.6 FINAL REPORT 3 Maria lives on the same floor as Sue and Jill. Anthony and Arnie live on the same floor. As you can see when people interact with others the bacteria will spread. The ELISA test can search for many different pathogens. We were looking for meningitis. Sue, Jill, Maria, and Marco were the only ones found with meningitis. Sue’s concentration was 50 µg/ml she is very sick. Jill’s concentration was 12.5 µg/ml meaning she has the bacteria just not as long as Sue has had it. Maria’s concentration was 3.33 µg/ml, which is not very high meaning it was caught early. Marco’s was 1.66 µg/ml, and we caught his the earliest. Just because the other patients did not have meningitis does not mean they are not sick, they just do not have meningitis. To use the BLAST tool, we must extract Sues spinal tap fluid. Then separate the DNA. After we separated DNA then you match the template strand with the primer. We entered the new DNA strand in the BLAST tool. After, we concluded that Sue has meningitis, so does Jill, Maria,
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- sore throat, Common cold, Sue, Row Head