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We highlights a comprehensive selection of ELISA kits designed to meet the diverse needs of scientists and researchers like you:

  • ELISAs for Basic Research: Explore a wide range of kits for fundamental research applications, including:
    • Cytokines and hormones: Quantify critical molecules involved in cell signaling, inflammation, and immune response (e.g., IL-6, TNF-α, cortisol).
    • Protein expression: Measure protein levels in cells, tissues, or biofluids to understand protein function and regulation (e.g., p53, β-actin, NF-κB).
    • Post-translational modifications (PTMs): Investigate protein phosphorylation, methylation, or other PTMs that regulate protein activity (e.g., phospho-ERK, acetyl-histone H3).

DetectX Testosterone ELISA Kit  Testosterone ELISA kit  SKU: 006-T0007

  • ELISAs for Disease Research: Find specialized kits for studying specific diseases and identifying potential biomarkers:
    • Infectious diseases: Detect viruses, bacteria, and parasites using ELISAs targeting pathogen-specific antigens (e.g., HIV, hepatitis C, rotavirus).
    • Autoimmune diseases: Investigate autoantibodies associated with autoimmune disorders like rheumatoid arthritis or systemic lupus erythematosus (e.g., ANA, RF).
    • Cancer research: Explore ELISAs for tumor markers and other cancer-related proteins to aid in diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment monitoring (e.g., CEA, CA19-9, PSA).

Porcine Rotavirus Canine Rotavirus (RV)ELISA Kit SKU: ED0017​

  • ELISAs for Drug Discovery: Identify and validate potential drug targets or screen for drug efficacy with target-specific ELISAs.

Key Considerations When Choosing ELISA Kits:

  • Specificity: Ensure the kit recognizes the target molecule with minimal cross-reactivity.
  • Sensitivity: Consider the lower limit of detection (LOD) to meet your experimental requirements.
  • Dynamic Range: The range of analyte concentrations that can be accurately measured by the kit.
  • Reproducibility: Consistency of results between replicates and across different experiments.
  • Validation: Look for kits validated by independent studies or reputable organizations.

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