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Question 1: Thus in the case of fluorescence ELISA, when light of the appropriate wavelength is shone upon the sample, any antigen/antibody complexes will ________ so that the amount of antigen in the sample can be inferred through the magnitude of the fluorescence.
Fluorescent lampFluorescenceUltravioletLight-emitting diode

Question 2: The ELISA has been used as a diagnostic tool in medicine and ________, as well as a quality control check in various industries.
Organic farmingAgricultureSustainable agriculturePlant pathology

Question 3: Because the ELISA can be performed to evaluate either the presence of antigen or the presence of antibody in a sample, it is a useful tool for determining serum antibody concentrations (such as with the ________[3] or West Nile Virus).
AIDSAIDS denialismHIV and AIDS misconceptionsHIV test

Question 4: It has also found applications in the food industry in detecting potential food allergens such as milk, peanuts, walnuts, ________, and eggs.
SoybeanButterOlive oilAlmond

Question 5: A solution of non-reacting protein, such as bovine serum albumin, or ________ is added to block any additional charges that did not attract the protein of interest.
CaseinMilkEnzymeWater

Question 6: Before the development of the EIA/ELISA, the only option for conducting an immunoassay was radioimmunoassay, a technique using ________-labeled antigens or antibodies.
Gamma rayRadioactive decayNuclear fissionNuclear fusion

Question 7: Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay, also called ELISA, enzyme immunoassay or EIA, is a biochemical technique used mainly in immunology to detect the presence of an ________ or an antigen in a sample.
Adaptive immune systemAutoantibodyAntibodyImmune system

Question 8: The detection antibody can be covalently linked to an ________, or can itself be detected by a secondary antibody which is linked to an enzyme through bioconjugation.
ProteinEnzyme inhibitorEnzymeCofactor (biochemistry)
















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