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Hands-On with Antibodies, Antigens, and their Diagnostic Uses
Color-changing antibody and antigen tests are used to detect infections, drug use, pregnancy and more. We'll explore different types of antigen–antibody tests in this workshop, with a focus on ELISA (enzyme linked immunosorbent assay).

Attendees will learn how students can model antibody-antigen interactions and the ELISA workflow, as well as how ELISA is used to track COVID outbreaks. The talk will also make connections to key classroom concepts and highlight free resources.

The first 30 registrants based in the USA will receive one student workstation from the ELISA ImmunoExplorer kit so they can perform the test during the workshop. No equipment is needed - just easily accessible household items! If you are among the first 30 to sign up, you'll receive a form about a week before the event to input your shipping information.

Additional registrants, and registrants based in other countries, are encouraged to attend and will benefit from the discussions and observing the experiment. 

This webinar will be presented by Sarah Boylan. Sarah teaches Molecular Biology and Honors Chemistry at St. Paul’s School in Concord, New Hampshire, and is the director of the school’s Applied Science & Engineering Program

Note: No continuing education credits or certificates are being offered for attending this event. Attendees will receive an email after the event that they may use as proof of attendance.

Sep 22, 2022 06:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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