How to Test for AIDS & STDs Part One
Tests for AIDS and other STDs have been on the market for years. There's even a home test for HIV that can be transformed into a reference laboratory for testing and results. Much equipment and training is necessary to test for AIDS and other STDs, and testing should be performed by a professional in a state hospital or another laboratory. The tests themselves are quite simple and use technology such as ELISA, which has been around for decades.
Testing for AIDS:
Collect a blood sample from the patient. Spin down in a centrifuge to separate serum from whole blood. If you use a urine or oral, centrifugation may not be necessary.
Dilute the sample with pure water. Place the sample in a 96 wells using a pipette. Write antibodies selected using a pipette and incubated for one hour or the time indicated by the ELISA kit manufacturer. Dump the solution on a sink and tap the plate dry.
Add the antigen solution, incubated for one hour, or the time the thinking machine, and dump the material in the plate well and pat dry. Make solution of color development, which comes with the kit. Add the solution using a pipette what is the color of the cells changes to see. Refer to the kit to determine the positive and negative results.