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    system, different antibodies, and color changes to detect immune responses in the body. CPLi, or Canine Pancreatic Lipase Immunoreactivity, is a specific lipase that is only found in canine pancreatic tissues. The CPLi ELISA snap test is made by Idexx and is used to measure the concentrations of pancreatic lipase in the serum of the patient. An antibody elsa test works when a blood sample and the conjugate specific for that test are combined together. The conjugate contains an antibody that…

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    Grains were first introduced to the human diet about 10,000 years ago in Mesopotamia. In the second century AD, Aretaeus of Cappadocia described “koiliakos” a disease of the abdomen caused by nutrition. It wasn’t until 1888 in London that S.J. Gee fully described what we know as celiac disease today. Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder marked by inflammation of the small intestine that affects genetically predisposed individuals across the world. The genetic predisposition occurs on HLA…

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    From laboratory research and data, understanding is that the body’s immune system initiates an antibody response of IgM and IgG antibodies against the virus. Thus, serological or blood test and ELISA is use to diagnose the disease. These tests look for the presence of immunoglobulins. Reverse transcriptase PCR is use in labs for diagnosis because the virus is an alpha…

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    Two specific tests for HIV include antibody and antigen detection. Conventional HIV antibody testing is done with the enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) test. Positive specimens are then confirmed by a different testing method such as the Western blot test. The ELISA and Western Blot tests are very accurate…

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    Hodgkin's Disease

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    The lymphatic system is a serious of ducts, nodes, nodules and lymph vessels among other structures and components that teams up to fight off bacteria and foreign substances that enter the body. The system is part of the immune system and it relies on various types white blood cells called lymphocytes that fight off bacteria, reduce inflammation, and respond to allergic reactions. The white blood cells are produced in the marrow of the bones beginning as stem cells. The stem cells…

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    the innate immune system and represent a first line of defense against pathogens and tumor cells. Involved in immune surveillance, NK cells patrol the body looking for infected or cancerous cells. While other immune cells recognize the presence of antibodies on the MHC receptor of infected cells before a response is initiated, NK cells have the ability to respond to stressed cells in the absence of the MHC receptor, allowing a much faster immune response. The lack or downregulation of MHC…

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    content=" Creative Biolabs offers CreCom™ Complement Therapeutic Services. Systemic lupus erythematosus-like syndrome Staffed by dedicated scientists with combined knowledge and expertise in antibody engineering and protein X-ray crystallography, Creative Biolabs has extensive experience in crystallizing antibody-antigen complexes and resolving their 3D structures. Based on our extensive knowledge, we are fully equipped to reach out to our clients who may have the problem or difficulty dealing…

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    responds by making protein molecules called antibodies. These antibodies take on the task of fighting off the foreign invaders to protect against an infection. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “A healthy individual can produce millions of antibodies a day, fighting infection so efficiently that people never know they were exposed to the antigen.” Sometimes the virus is to strong and the person gets sick, but the antibodies eliminate the disease preventing germ…

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    pernicious anemia is believed to be an autoimmune disease of genetic inheritance (Juncà 2006). Antibodies begin to defend the body from good, healthy tissue thought to be negative, foreign invaders is a simple definition of autoimmune…

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    the artificial immunity of antibiotics, making the use of vaccines ineffective. The natural immune system takes quite a lot longer for your body to recover and overcome the bacterial infection. Thus resulting in immunity due to the creation of Y antibodies that become immune due to the memory B cells. However the use of artificial immunity such as Vaccines and Antibiotics do not create immunity to the attacking pathogens due to the chemicals used in these medicines attack and immediately kill…

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