Immunochemistry is an important clinical tool for indicating biological pathways leading towards disease. Standard enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISA) are labor intensive and lack sensitivity at low-level concentrations. Here we report on emerging technology implementing fully automated ELIS…
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Immunochemistry for high-throughput screening of human exhaled breath condensate (EBC) media: implementation of automated Quanterix SIMOA instrumentation
Journal of Breath Research| December 11, 2015
November 18, 2015
American Laboratory Read the article at www.americanlaboratory.com.
Single molecule array (Simoa) assay with optimal antibody pairs for cytokine detection in human serum samples
Analyst | August 5, 2015
We provide detailed antibody pair information as well as the concentration profiles of ten cytokines in healthy human serum to serve as reference data for further ultrasensitive immunoassay development and future clinical applications.
January 29-31, 2014
San Diego, CA January 29-31, 2014 Booth #13 Registration at www.gtcbio.com
Single molecule measurements of tumor necrosis factor a and interleukin–6 in the plasma of patients with Crohn’s disease.
Journal of Immunological Methods | September 30, 2011
We applied a sensitive, single molecule detection technology to measure TNF–a and IL–6 in the plasma of patients with Crohn’s disease (CD), before and after treatment with anti–TNF–a therapy.