Immunology-based diagnostic tests are used routinely to detect various diseases. A procedure called Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) is used as a screening for HIV infection, which can later develop into AIDS. Students will perform a simulated ELISA test to identify infected patient samples and compare them to control samples. No human blood is used in this experiment.
This experiment includes: complete instructions, HIV Antigens, Negative control, Positive control, Donor 1 Serum, Donor 2 Serum, Secondary Antibody (2 degrees Ab), Substrate, HIV Detection Strips, Small Transfer Pipets, Large Transfer Pipets, and Microtest Tubes. For 10 Groups.