Application Guides

ELISA Principles, Formats & Streamlining

A short overview of the principles and different formats of ELISA is provided on this webpage. If you want to find out more, download our complete guide by filling out the form on the right-hand side. What is ELISA? ELISA (Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay) is a plate-based technique invented in the 1970s and evolved from the…

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Thiol conjugation reactions and creating and quantifying protein thiols

Thiol conjugation reactions To help you better understand if the thiol-maleimide approach is the right one for you, we have published this new guide on thiol conjugation reactions.  Download this guide, if you want to know more about: The thiol-maleimide approach and its advantages The difference between thiol groups and disulfides and how thiol groups…

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Guide to Lateral Flow Immunoassays

        The evolution of lateral flow immunoassays Components Process options Assay formats Advantages & disadvantages of lateral flow immunoassays Nanoparticles for lateral flow immunoassays

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Guide to Western blotting

        Download a free copy The Western blot technique requires samples to be resolved on the basis of size through Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE), following which they are transferred to, and immobilized on, a membrane prior to antibody-based detection. Find out how we can help you with your Western…

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Development of an Immuno-PCR Assay

        Discover how the Immuno-PCR assay combines the specificity of an ELISA with the signal amplification of a PCR. This guide will provide you with a good overview of this application. It covers the following: What is Immuno-PCR? Development of an Immuno-PCR assay to quantify Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) The main steps…

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Immunohistochemistry

Free copy! Immunohistochemistry (IHC), or immunohistochemical staining, is a technique that employs antibodies to detect antigens in cells within a small section of tissue. The application is used to locate specific antigens in tissue sections with labeled antibodies, based on antigen:antibody interactions. Immune reactive products can be visualized by a marker. These markers  include fluorescent…

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A Beginner’s Guide to Flow Cytometry

Flow Cytometry is a widely used method for cell analysis which, for the novice, can appear daunting due to the complexity of the experimental approach and data analysis.

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Fast, Simple and Cost Effective Immunoassay Development

SPARCL (Spatial Proximity Analyte Reagent Capture Luminescence) is a novel homogeneous proximity assay technology utilizing flash chemiluminescence detection without solid support or wash steps. This format allows for rapid immunoassay development, in as little as 2 days. The homogenous format promotes fast antibody to antigen binding kinetics, allowing 30 minute incubation times. With the SPARCL…

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The Advantages of Tandem Dyes

A significant number of laboratory applications rely on the use of fluorescently-labeled antibodies.

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