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1Which component of an agglutinate reaction is soluble?
A)Antibodies
B)Antigens



2During the formation of an agglutinate, bacterial cells link antibodies together.
A)True
B)False



3If serum from a patient with measles is mixed with measles virus and red blood cells are added, will hemagglutination occur?
A)Hemagglutination will occur.
B)Hemagglutination will not occur.



4In an agglutination test to measure antibody titer, specific amounts of antibody are added to a series of tubes and serial dilutions of antigen are added to each tube.
A)True
B)False



5What is the definition of antibody titer?
A)Greatest dilution of serum showing agglutination in an agglutination test.
B)Reciprocal of the smallest dilution of serum showing agglutination in an agglutination test.
C)The reciprocal of the greatest dilution of serum showing agglutination in an agglutination test.







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