I hypothesize that the Con A calaboose solutions will have partial agglutination and partial no agglutination, and the Con A manses solutions Will have all no agglutination. Results: Rows A and a had half agglutination and half no agglutination, while row C had all no agglutination. Row D had half agglutination and half partial agglutination, while row E had 4 columns with agglutination and 8 columns with no agglutination.
Row F had complete agglutination throughout, Con A reaction plate (Row/Column) Reaction AAA-AAA (Control) Agglutination/inhibited AAA-AAA (Control) No Agglutination/not inhibited 81-86 (Con A + calaboose) 87-812 (Con A + calaboose) CLC-CA (Con A + manses) NO Agglutination/not inhibited Del -05 (Sample) 06-012 (Sample) Partial agglutination/inhibited El-E (Con A 4 calaboose) E-EYE (Con A calaboose) Fl +12 (Con A 4 manses) No agglutination/not inhibited GIG -G 12 ((-)Control) HI -HUH (Ribs)Discussion: My hypothesis was proven correct, the Con A + calaboose solutions did have partial agglutination and partial no agglutination, and the Con A manses solutions did have all no agglutination. This means that in the Con A + calaboose solutions the ones that had agglutination the red cells aggregated With the electing and sediment in the form of a uniform layer that covered the whole bottom of the well including the slopes, and in the Con A + manses solutions the ones hat failed to have agglutination take place covered only part of the bottom.We found through this experiment that the control Con A sample and the Con A sample had very similar strengths of reaction. Conclusion: In this experiment through serial dilutions on a 96 well plate we determined the strength of the each reaction on both the Con A sample and the control sample.
We found through our experiment that the addition of calaboose or manses will partially inhibit or inhibit the reaction between our Con A sample and control Con A sample.