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Tutor profile: Jesse P.

Jesse P.
Microbiology and biochemistry professional

Questions

Subject: Biochemistry

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Question:

What does the acronym ELISA stand for and how does it work?

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Answer:

ELISA stands for enzyme linked immunosorbent assay, it works by anchoring an antigen of interest into a micro well plate and attaching a complimentary antibody linked to a reporter enzyme. The reporter enzyme is used for qualitative and quantitative analysis.

Subject: Basic Chemistry

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Question:

How do you make a buffer solution? Provide an example.

Jesse P.
Answer:

A buffer can be made by mixing a weak acid like acetic acid with the conjugate base sodium acetate.

Subject: Biology

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What group of bacteria can be stained purple using the Gram Method? Provide an example using the bacteria's scientific name.

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Answer:

The Gram Method will stain gram-positive bacterial, such as Staphylococcus aureus, purple.

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