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Using the ELISA to Detect West Nile Virus
Looking for a way to keep your immunology or virology lessons fresh? Consider teaching the lesson from a biomedical diagnostic point of view! Here, we describe how the West Nile Virus can be used to teach the Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay (or ELISA).
Tagged on: Intermediate, Antibody, DNA, ELISA, Monoclonal Antibody, Workshop
Develop an Affinity for Science!
Antibodies (also called immunoglobulins, or Igs) are specialized proteins that allow the immune system to distinguish between “self” and “non-self” proteins or polysaccharides. Antibody molecules comprise four linked polypeptide chains: two “heavy chains” and two “light chains” that are connected by disulfide bonds.
Tagged on: Intermediate, Antibody, Biotech Basics, ELISA, Monoclonal Antibody, STEM, Western Blot
Dispatches from the Intern Desk: PCR, ELISA, & BBQ
I am currently a rising senior at McKinley Technology High School, and for the past six weeks I have also been an intern at Edvotek. Before I started interning, I was familiar with making and staining gels, pipetting, and working with bacteria, but only in a classroom setting. However, this internship has allowed me to acquire new hands-on biotechnology experiences such as running PCR, growing cells, and creating slides.
Tagged on: ELISA, Summer
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