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  • Blood Type Analysis

    This images were taken from a classroom project where students collected samples of their own blood using a lancet and then using an Eldoncard to determine their own blood type.  Eldon cards show various blood types:  A Positive, O Positive, etc.   Agglutination on the cards indicates that blood type is present.

    A-neg.JPGAB_pos.JPGA_POS.jpgA_POS_Mariah.jpgA_POS_christian.jpgA_POS_kristen.jpgA_neg.JPGB_NEG.jpgB_pos.JPGB_positive_blood.JPGDSCN3223.JPGDSCN3232.JPGDSCN3242.JPGDSCN3247.JPGDSCN3251.JPGDSCN3252.JPGDSCN3268.JPGDSCN3273.JPGDSCN3275.JPGDSCN3276.JPGDSCN5502.JPGDSCN5507.JPGDSCN5530.JPGDSCN5536.JPGDSCN5540.JPGIMG_20130201_134436.jpgO_NEG.jpgO_POS.jpgO_POS_Casey.jpgO_pos_01.JPGRh_factor.JPGalcoholswab.jpgblood_after_lancet.JPGblood_card.JPGblood_cross_contamination.JPGblood_drop.jpgblood_drop02.jpgblood_eldon_stick.jpgblood_on_finger.JPGblood_pinprick.JPGblood_swirl.JPGblood_test.JPGblood_testing_day.JPGblood_type_compare.JPGblood_zen.JPGcard_hold.jpgcard_mixing.jpgcard_mixing02.jpgcard_tilt.jpgcards_drying1.jpgclass.jpgeldon_card_setup.JPGeldon_card_setup_blood.JPGeldon_sticks.JPGeldoncard.jpgeldonsticks.JPGlancet_01.JPGlancet_02.JPGlancet_03.JPGlancing.jpgtype_A_blood.JPGtype_O_blood.JPGwater_eldoncard.jpg
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