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Identifying the Epstein Barr Virus Using ELISA

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In this experiment, students will perform an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) in order to screen simulated serum samples for antibodies to the Epstein Barr Virus (EBV) - a virus that causes most mononucleosis infections and that is associated with pediatric lymphomas.

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Group Size:

For 10 lab groups


Time Required:

Complete in 50 minutes


Kit Includes:

Instructions, 10X ELISA wash buffer, ELISA dilution buffer, antigen (lyophilized), primary antibody (lyophilized), secondary antibody (lyophilized), ABTS substrate (lyophilized), & ABTS reaction buffer, small transfer pipets, microtiter plate, 15 mL conical tubes, & snap-top microcentrifuge tubes


All You Need:

Automatic micropipettes with tips (recommended), paper towels, distilled or deionized water, beakers or flasks, disposable lab gloves, & safety goggles


Storage:

Refrigerator


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Group Size:

For 10 lab groups


Time Required:

Complete in 50 minutes


Kit Includes:

Instructions, 10X ELISA wash buffer, ELISA dilution buffer, antigen (lyophilized), primary antibody (lyophilized), secondary antibody (lyophilized), ABTS substrate (lyophilized), & ABTS reaction buffer, small transfer pipets, microtiter plate, 15 mL conical tubes, & snap-top microcentrifuge tubes


All You Need:

Automatic micropipettes with tips (recommended), paper towels, distilled or deionized water, beakers or flasks, disposable lab gloves, & safety goggles


Storage:

Refrigerator


Replenisher:

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