Chemistry test Ch 7,8, 11 - MLS
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In the automated chemistry analyzer, data management is a function of:
The post-analytic phase
The earliest automated analyzers were of the _________________ design.
Of little concern in most automated chemistry analyzers is:
A fully automated clinical laboratory is:
Currently in existence
Clinical chemistry automation is driven by all of these EXCEPT:
Availability of reagents
An advantage of an open reagent system on an automated chemistry analyzer is:
TLA (total laboratory automation) does not incorporate ________________ as part of the preanalytical phase.
Current automated analyzers are able to assess:
The post-analytical phase does not include:
Separation of each sample and reagents into a separate container describes:
The chemical reaction phase does not include:
The immunoassay that is based on the ability of an antibody to modulate the amount of light emitted from a fluorophore-ligand complex is:
Fluorescence polarization immunoassay
The ability of immune complexes to be captured and then detected on the surface of a glass fiber matrix is the basis for which of the following immunoassays?
Microparticle enzyme immunoassay
A low-molecular-weight molecule that is unable to induce an immune response unless it is linked to carrier protein is a(n):
An immunoassay based on the direct observation of antigen-antibody reaction within a gel matrix is:
Which statement about fluorescence polarization immunoassay (FPIA) is true?
Analyte concentration is realted inversely to polarized fluorscence
The binding between a hapten and an antibody obeys the laws of mass action and is expressed mathematically as: picture insert...
An antigenic determinant on an antibody is the:
In general, the stronger the affinity and avidity of an antigen-antibody complex, the possibility of cross-reactivity is:
The double diffusion or Outchterlony technique is an example of which immune precipitation method?
True or False? In heterogeneous immunoassays, physical separation is not necessary.
Which of the following electrophoretic media separates proteins primarily on the basis of molecular size?
The biuret method for total serum protein is used for serum but not for protein in urine or cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) because
The method is not sufficiently sensitive for use with urine or CSF
Of the following protein fractions, the one that is NOT produced in the liver is:
Peptide bonds of proteins bind with _________ ions of biuret reagent to produce a colored product.
If serum proteins were immersed in a buffer of pH 8.6, which protein, albumin (pI = 4.7) or gamma globulin (pI = 7.6) would migrate the farthest by electrophoresis, and toward which electrode?
The term below that is related to the ability of plasma proteins to maintain plasma water volume is:
Common clinical laboratory methods for the measurement of serum albumin are based on the properties of albumin as a/an:
A glycoprotein that binds with hemoglobin to facilitate the removal of hemoglobin by the reticuloendothelial system is:
The acute phase reactant protein that also inhibits proteolysis and has the highest concentration within its globulin fraction is:
A protein that is normally produced by the fetus but is found in increased amounts in the amniotic fluid in cases of spina bifida is:
Portal cirrhosis is a chronic disease of the liver. Observed on an electrophoretic serum protein pattern, a predominant characteristic of this disease is:
A bridging effect between the beta and gamma bands
Increased serum albumin concentrations are seen in which of the following conditions?
Elevations in which of the following are MOST likely to indicate liver disease?
AST, ALT and ALK phosphatase
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