What parts need to be present when examining an immunologist using an immunology
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Immunologic analysis, or immunological analysis, is a particular laboratory examination method that is based on our immune response. Everyone has an immune system that will react differently depending on the physical conditions they experience. This different response will be used by immunology analizer tool to determine the tendency of the disease.
However, immunology analizer is not a specific tool, but rather all tools used to carry out immunological checks, among these examples are:
Testing for hepatitis markers, namely HBsAg, anti-HBS, and total anti-HBc tests
Test markers or tumor markers, namely with AFP, CEA, CA-199, Ca 15-3 and Ca-125
Thyroid function, by testing FT3, T4 total, FT4 and TSH
Autoimmune with ds-DNA
And there are many other examples. Regarding your question, the part that needs to be there when you want to do this test is of course the sample, then the reagents are different depending on the test you want to do, and the tools. Specifically, it can be different and too long if explained in detail one by one. What is clear, if your question is actually to meet certain academic needs, this forum can not be used as a reference for scientific work or assignments, and we are only able to provide a trigger for you to continue by searching from the literature. So, hopefully answering your question.