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|Fig 1. Primary and secondary antibody responses.|
|Fig 2. Preparation of polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies.|
|Fig 4. Structure of an antibody monomer.|
|Fig 6. Transmission electron micrograph of a latex|
suspension. Each latex bead is about 1 micron in diameter.
|Fig 7. Alignment of antibody molecules bound to|
the surface of a latex particle and latex agglutination
|Fig 9. Diagram of coagglutination reaction with whole bacterial cell antigen.|
|Fig 10. Commercial coagglutination test card showing positive (1) and negative|
(2 and 3) reactions. The blue color is an indicator dye added to make the agglutination
reaction easier to read against a white background.
|Fig 11. Streptozyme test (Wampole Laboratories,|
Cranbury, NJ) for the detection of antibodies to
|Fig 12. Sure-Vue, Mono test kit (Biokit) for the|
detection of heterophile antibodies produced during the
disease infectious mononucleosis.
|Fig 13. Diagram of liposome particles showing bilipid layer structure. Either|
antibody (A) or antigen (B) can be attached to the surface of the liposome. The interior
of the liposome can carry reporter molecules (e.g., dyes, enzymes).
|Fig 14. Light path of incident light microscope.|
|Fig 15. Direct fluorescent antibody–stained cells of|
Giardia lamblia (three larger apple-green, oval cells) and
Cryptosporidium sp. (smaller cells) in stool.
|Fig 17. Double indirect fluorescent antibody tests|
for antibody detection.
|Fig 18. Principle of direct solid-phase immunosorbent assay. A, Solid phase is|
microtiter well. B, Solid phase is bead.
|Fig 20. Enzyme immunoassay test in microtiter plate|
(top) and strip (bottom) showing wells with product of
enzymatic reaction before (blue) and after (yellow) addition
of an acidic stop solution.
|Fig 21. Principle of indirect solid-phase enzyme|
immunoassay for antibody detection.
|Fig 22. Immunoglobulin M (IgM) antibody capture enzyme-linked|
immunosorbent assay using labeled antigen (left) or unlabeled antigen; a secondary
enzyme-labeled antibody is added later (right).
|Fig 23. TestPack Strep A kit components of|
membrane-bound enzyme immunoassay test for group A
streptococcal polysaccharide antigen.
|Fig 24. Color PAC devices showing negative (A) and positive (B) reactions of|
liposome enhanced membrane-bound enzyme immunoassay for group A streptococcal
|Fig 25. Immunochromatographic test. The OraQuick|
test is a rapid assay for the detection of antibody to human
immunodeficiency virus types 1 and 2. Formation of a red
line in the test area is a positive reaction.
|Fig 27. Principles of complement fixation (CF) test.|
RBCs, Red blood cells.
|Fig 29. RPH card test for detection of nontreponemal antibodies.|
|Fig 30. Bronchoalveolar lavage showing|
Pneumocystis jiroveci using fluorescent antibody test.
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