Human MMP (6-plex)

Product at a Glance

Name: Q-Plex™ Human MMP (6-plex)

Catalog: #340949HU

Kit Type: Multiplex ELISA

Multiplex Format: Antibody Array

Detection Method: Chemiluminescent

Analytes: MMP-1, MMP-2, MMP-3, MMP-7, MMP-9 and MMP-13

Sample Compatibility: Not recommended for plasma

Product Overview

The Q-Plex™ Human MMP (5-plex) is a fully quantitative ELISA-based chemiluminescent assay. This kit allows for the concurrent measurement of five matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs). MMPs are an important enzyme in cell biology, involved in cleaving extracellular matrix and cell surface receptor proteins (such as cytokines, chemokines, and apoptotic ligands). The specific markers/analytes included in this kit are MMP-1, MMP-2, MMP-3, MMP-7, MMP-9, and MMP-13.

Using just 50 µl of sample per well, up to 80 samples can be assayed for five MMPs in approximately 3 hours. Q-Plex™ Arrays provide researchers with an easy-to-use and cost-effective means of generating an MMP profile for each sample.

Q-Plex plates are built by adsorbing multiple distinct capture antibodies in a defined array to the bottom of each well. Our high-quality reagents help ensure the accuracy of your results.

Kit Content

Each kit contains a 96-well plate, featuring the relevant biomarker panel in each well, and all reagents required to perform testing.

Reagents include:

  • Calibrator
  • Detection mix
  • Substrate
  • Sample diluents
  • Streptavidin HRP
  • Wash buffer
Assay Ranges
UnitsCalibrator RangeLLD Limit
MMP-1pg/ml12000 - 49.385.40
MMP-2pg/ml80000 - 329.2296
MMP-3pg/ml4500 - 18.524.90
MMP-7pg/ml1800 - 7.414.60
MMP-9pg/ml44000 - 181.0743.50
MMP-13pg/ml35000 - 144.0342

Isolation and expansion of human natural T regulatory cells for cellular therapy.

  • Authors: Pahwa, R., S. Jaggaiahgari, et al
  • J Immunol Methods363(1): 67-79

Chemiluminescent enzyme immunoassays: a review of bioanalytical applications

  • Authors: Marquette, C. A., L. J. Blum
  • Bioanalysis1(7): 1259-1269

Plasma cytokines in women with chronic fatigue syndrome

  • Authors: Fletcher, M. A., X. R. Zeng, et al
  • J Transl Med7: 96

Serum S100B: a potential biomarker for suicidality in adolescents?

  • Authors: Falcone, T., V. Fazio, et al
  • PLoS One 5(6): e11089
Assay Ranges
UnitsCalibrator RangeLLD Limit
MMP-1pg/ml12000 - 49.385.40
MMP-2pg/ml80000 - 329.2296
MMP-3pg/ml4500 - 18.524.90
MMP-7pg/ml1800 - 7.414.60
MMP-9pg/ml44000 - 181.0743.50
MMP-13pg/ml35000 - 144.0342

Isolation and expansion of human natural T regulatory cells for cellular therapy.

  • Authors: Pahwa, R., S. Jaggaiahgari, et al
  • J Immunol Methods363(1): 67-79

Chemiluminescent enzyme immunoassays: a review of bioanalytical applications

  • Authors: Marquette, C. A., L. J. Blum
  • Bioanalysis1(7): 1259-1269

Plasma cytokines in women with chronic fatigue syndrome

  • Authors: Fletcher, M. A., X. R. Zeng, et al
  • J Transl Med7: 96

Serum S100B: a potential biomarker for suicidality in adolescents?

  • Authors: Falcone, T., V. Fazio, et al
  • PLoS One 5(6): e11089