This interactive, modular lab explores how the ELISA method can be used to test blood samples for evidence of certain diseases.
The enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) is a laboratory technique that detects and measures specific proteins. It can show whether a patient has antibodies related to certain diseases, making it useful for medical diagnoses. In this lab, students perform a virtual ELISA to test whether a particular antibody is present in a blood sample. Students engage in key science practices, including experimental design and data interpretation.
The lab contains an interactive lab space, an informational notebook, and embedded questions. It also includes supplementary resources, such as a glossary of scientific terms.
The accompanying worksheet provides structure and guidance as students perform the tutorials and experiments in the lab.
Please visit the Immunology Virtual Lab as you complete the attached worksheet and submit once completed.
This resource is provided by Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
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