BB student Rotation

  1. The zeta potential can be decreased by:
    1. Treat RBC with enzymes
    2. Treat serum with enzymes
    3. Add albumin
    4. Add high ionic strengt medium
    5. Use L.I.S.S.
    • 1.
    • 3.
    • 5.
  2. Why is the zeta potential important in the body?



    A.
  3. Why is it necessary to decrease the zeta potential of RBC in the laboratory?



    B.
  4. Of the following antibodies, which is NOT usually naturally occurring?




    E.
  5. Which of the following antibodies are typically demonstrated in Group B people?




    C.
  6. The main effect of 37 C incubation on antigen and IgG antibody attachment is that the:



    C.
  7. The relative ability of a substance to stimulate the production of antibodies when introduced into a subject lacking the substance describes:




    B.
  8. Provide the Weiner terminology for the following antibody: Anti-D




    B.
  9. Provide the Weiner terminology for the following antibody: Anti-C




    E.
  10. Provide the Weiner terminology for the following antibody: Anti-E




    B.
  11. Provide the Weiner terminology for the following antibody: Anti-c




    E.
  12. Provide the Weiner terminology for the following antibody: Anti-e




    D.
  13. Provide the Fisher-Race nomenclature for the following: DCe







    A.
  14. Provide the Fisher-Race nomenclature for the following: DcE







    B.
  15. Provide the Fisher-Race nomenclature for the following: DCE







    E.
  16. Provide the Fisher-Race nomenclature for the following: dce







    E.
  17. Provide the Fisher-Race nomenclature for the following: dCe







    A.
  18. Provide the Fisher-Race nomenclature for the following: dcE







    G.
  19. Provide the Fisher-Race nomenclature for the following: dCE







    C.
  20. Provide the Fisher-Race nomenclature for the following: Dce







    C.
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