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Which person would make the best kidney donor?
Which family member can safely donate a kidney to a patient who needs a kidney transplant? Perform laboratory tests and analyze the results to determine who should donate a kidney to the patient.
- Conduct simulations of the following laboratory tests: urinalysis, blood typing, HLA tissue typing
- Analyze donor survival data
- Student instructions
- Simulated “urine” samples – Patient, Donor X, Donor Y, Donor Z
- 4 simulated urinalysis test strips
- Simulated “blood” samples – Patient, Donor X, Donor Y, Donor Z
- Simulated “Anti-A antibodies”
- Simulated “Anti-B antibodies”
- 8 labeled droppers
- 8 stirrers
- Blood typing test strip
- Simulated “white blood cells” – Patient, Possible Donor
- Simulated HLA Tissue Typing Card
- 1 – 9 kits: $21.95 each
- 10 – 24 kits: $20.85 each
- 25+ kits: $19.76 each
- 1 – 9 packs: $148.95 each
- 10+ packs: $141.50 each
- 1 – 9 packs: $77.95 each
- 10+ packs: $74.05 each
Correlation to Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) Shop by NGSS »
MS-LS1-3. Use argument supported by evidence for how the body is a system of interacting subsystems composed of groups of cells.
Science & Engineering Practices
Analyzing and Interpreting Data - Analyze data to identify design features or characteristics of the components of a proposed process or system to optimize it relative to criteria for success.
Disciplinary Core Ideas
LS1.A: Structure and Function - All living things are made up of cells. In organisms, cells work together to form tissues and organs that are specialized for particular body functions.
Systems and System Models - Systems may interact with other systems; they
may have sub-systems and be a part of larger complex systems.