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Ensure a Successful ELISA with These Eight Tips

Assure reliable results

Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISAs) are a type of multiwell plate-based technique used to determine the concentrations of antibodies, antigens or other proteins in a biological sample using chromogenic, fluorescent, or luminescent readouts. Since their development in the 1960s, they have become a staple in many diagnostic and biomedical research labs, demonstrating specificity, sensitivity and reproducibility across a range of applications. Common examples include the detection of various infectious diseases and pregnancy tests. 

While there are many advantages to using ELISAs, they must be appropriately set-up and optimized to ensure reliable results. 

In this guide, you’ll learn about:

  • Choosing the right assay
  • Sample handling and dilution
  • Proper plate washing techniques
  • And more!

Download this guide for an overview of the different types of ELISA and to learn tips for ensuring the success of your ELISA experiments. 

Ensure a Successful ELISA With These Eight Tips

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