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“FORWARD’ TYPING HEMAGGLUTINATION TESTTEST REAGENTS ARE ANTI-A, ANTI-B, ANTI-D + PX’S RBCS W/ UNKNOWN ANTIGEN
“REVERSE” TYPING HEMAGGLUTINATION TESTUSES PATIENTS ANTIBODIES + ADDS KNOWN ANTIGENS - TEST REAGENTS ARE “CARRIER” RBCs w/ KNOWN ANTIGENS + PATIENTS ANTIBODIES (SERUM)
DIRECT ANTIGLOBUULIN TEST (DIRECT COOMBS)USED TO DETERMINE IF MOTHER IS RH(-) & HEMOLYTIC DISEASE OF THE FETUS AND NEWBORN (HDFN) & AGGLUTINATION OCCURS
NEGATIVE DIRECT AGGLUTINATION TESTRESULTS FROM A DAT SHOWS THAT MOTHER IS RH(+)
INDRIECT ANTIGLOBUULIN TEST(IAT)(INDIRECT COOMBS)USED TO CONFIRM SUSPICIONS THAT YOUR PX HAS CIRCULATING ANTIBODIES THAT CAN BIND TO NON-ABO GLOOD GROUP ANTIGENS (VIA TRANSFUSION RXN OR HEMOLYTIC ANEMIA)
INDRIECT ANTIGLOBUULIN TEST(IAT)(INDIRECT COOMBS)USED TO SCREEN A PREGNANT PX WHO IS D(-), FOR ANTI-D ANTIBODIES (NON-ABO ANTIBODY)
DIRECT AGGLUTINATIONUSED TO DETERMINE IF PX HAS TYPHOID FEVER
DIRECT AGGLUTINATIONA TEST WHEN THE ANTIGENS ARE FOUND NATURALLY ON THE PARTICLES
DIRECT AGGLUTINATIONUSED WHEN PX GIVES SERUM SAMPLE AND WE ADD A NATURAL PARTICLE (ANTIGEN NATURALLY ATTACHED TO PARTICLE) TO TEST THE PX’S SAMPLE
INDIRECT AGGLUTINATIONUSED TO DETECT IF PX HAS RHEUMATOID FACTOR (AUTOREACTIVE ANTIBODIES)
INDIRECT AGGLUTINATIONUSED TO DETECT IF PX HAS ANTIBODIES TO HIV (AUTOREACTIVE ANTIBODIES)
INDIRECT AGGLUTINATIONUSED TO DETECT IF PX HAS ANTIBODIES TO CMV (AUTOREACTIVE ANTIBODIES)
INDIRECT AGGLUTINATIONUSED TO DETECT IF PX HAS ANTIBODIES TO GROUP A STREPTOCOCCUS (AUTOREACTIVE ANTIBODIES)
INDIRECT (PASSIVE) AGGLUTINATIONPX SERUM, CONTAINING ANTI-HIV, IS USED AND LATEX-BEADS W/ HIV-ANTIGEN IS ADDED
INDIRECT (PASSIVE) AGGLUTINATIONPX SAMPLE CONTAINS STAPH AUREUS (GROUP A STREP) & WE ADD LATEX BEAD W/ ANTI-STAPH AUREUS ANTIBODY
INDIRECT (PASSIVE) AGGLUTINATIONPX SAMPLE CONTAINS CRP & WE ADD LATEX BEAD W/ ANTI-CRP ANTIBODIES
INDIRECT (PASSIVE) AGGLUTINATIONA TEST WHEN THE ANTIGENS OR ANTIBODIES ARE ARTIFICIALLY ATTACHED TO THE PARTICLES (OFTEN LATEX)
AGGLUTINATION INHIBITION TESTUSED TO SCREEN FOR RUBELLA OR MEASALS VIRUS
AGGLUTINATION INHIBITION TESTTESTS THE ABILITY TO DISRUPT ANTIGEN-ANTIBODY INTERACTIONS
AGGLUTINATION INHIBITION TESTPX IS EXPOSED TO A VIRUS AND PXS Ab’s COVER THE VIRUS, PREVENTING THE VIRUS FROM BINDING TO RBCs
AGGLUTINATION INHIBITION TESTA ‘POSITIVE’ TEST IS SIGNIFIED BY NO AGGLUTINATION
IMMUNOFLUORESCENSEHSV or CMV nuclei can be seen
IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRYImmunoassay used to find HER-2 protein
FLOW CYTOMETRYused to determine antigens that are on cells that are in suspension (CD8+ cell antigens) and it can quantify specific cells – similar to ELISA but “detecting” (or secondary Ab) has a fluorescent molecule is attached
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