Antigen antibody complexes name andor describe the mechanisms that inactivate

Antigen antibody complexes name andor describe the

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Antigen-antibody complexes: name and/or describe the mechanisms that inactivate the complexes Lymphoid tissues: provide one cell type and/or a role/function for a specific type of lymphoid tissue pair. Urine: provide the volume and composition of a daily output of urine; types of sediments found during a microscopic analysis of urine; whether a specific substance is normal or abnormal; identify a type of urine crystal in a microscope slide. Abnormal Constituents of urine: provide the name of a specific condition associated with the appearance of a specific substance in urine, what this substance indicates and how it is caused. Simulating Urinalysis: describe how to perform a specific urinalysis test. Blood fractions: components found in each fraction; percentages of each fraction. Blood tests: types of tests; what each test measures; normal ranges for each sex; what low or high levels indicate (health status). Blood typing: how are blood types determined; what is meant by ABO and Rh blood groupings; what antigens and antibodies each blood type has/lacks; what blood type can be donated/received. ABO and Rh blood typing tests: describe how to do the test; identify the blood type shown in a demo; know compatible/non-compatible blood types. Bloodborne diseases: types of pathogenic agents, examples of each, and which infect and/or infest the human body. Know the clinical significance of the tests performed in this lab.
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