ELISA (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays) represent one of the most heavily used tests in biological research. There are many variations of the ELISA, the most common being the “sandwich” ELISA in which an antigen is immobilized to the surface of a microplate well and antibodies are added and washed away. Only antibodies that form specific interactions with the antigen do not wash away and can be detected via a covalently bound enzyme, or additional antibodies.
|In this older system, we run ELISA assays using a PlateCrane, Micro10x and Biotek ELx405 washer|
|This huge assembly line takes advantage of both our PlateCrane and LabLinx systems|