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f.Compare and contrast the following immune disorders: immunodeficiency, hypersensitivity, and autoimmune immunity.2.Your groups will have access to markers, large Post It pads and your creativity to design your presentations to present to class. This is a group effort and everyone will be expected to participate. Part 02 Procedure: ELISA Testing1.Your lab groups will be performing ELISA tests on ten different patients to determine their HIV status.2.Working in groups of 2-4, follow the instructions provided by your lab instructor on how to perform the ELISA test for each patient.3.Fill in the chart to track each patient’s results with the diagnosis:
WellNumberPatientTestResultObservations1NegativeControl-Clear2Low PositiveControl+Orange3High PositiveControl+Deep Red4Jan-Clear5Lynn-Clear6BabyElizabeth+Orange7Roger-Clear8Bob+Deep Red9Tony-Clear10Richard+Deep Red11Tania-Clear12William+OrangePart 03 Procedure: Agglutination of Blood1.This portion of the lab will consist of two lab group members performing individual finger pricks to draw blood and mixing the blood together to observe antigen and antibody reactions. Universal precautions will be observed and demonstrated by all students during this procedure.2.Gather the appropriate equipment for this portion of the lab: Lancet for each individual performing the finger prick, a microscope slide, a toothpick,