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HIV Mock ELISA

This activity was developed as part of a science workshop for middle school girls, “Expanding Your Horizons.” It introduces students to the concepts of viruses, antibodies, and laboratory methods to detect antibodies (i.e., an HIV antibody test). Similar methods are used to detect antibodies to other infectious agents, as well as to vaccines. This is an extension activity for NWABR’s HIV vaccines curriculum, “The Science and Ethics of HIV Vaccines Research,” (found in NWABR’s “HIV Vaccines Collection.”)

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Resource Type: Laboratory or Hands-On Activity
Audience Level: Middle School (Grades 6-8), High School lower division (Grades 9-10), High School upper division (Grades 11-12), General Public, Informal Education

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Authors and Editors: Nicole Doria-Rose of Seattle Biomedical Research Institute, Dr. Dina Lauman-Kovarik of Seattle Biomedical Research Institute, Sonali Mahalanabis of Seattle Biomedical Research Institute
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