Multiplex ELISA Arrays…The evolution of ELISA
Our multiplex ELISA kits, called Q-Plex™ measure the concentration of multiple proteins in each sample. Quantify cytokines, chemokines, hormones, and other common disease indicating proteins with standard or custom kits. Q-Plex Arrays are built by printing nano spots in defined arrays of multiple distinct capture antibodies in each well of a multiwell plate. Multiplexed ELISAs maximize data generation from each sample, and provide a low cost per data point.
Traditional Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent assays (ELISA), have been used for decades in research and development, disease diagnosis and other critical fields in science. Multiplex ELISAs offer the same time proven reliability with updated efficiency. Multiplex ELISAs have been developed to provide the sensitivity of ELISA with the ability to test for multiple analytes at the same time. With Q-Plex scientists can measure up to 20 distinct analytes in each well of a 96-well plate.
Why Use Q-Plex Multiplex Kits
- Measuring multiple analytes in each well gives you more data for your time and sample
- Fully quantitative results with low pg/mL sensitivity
- Most Q-Plex Arrays run in only 2-3 hours
- Easy-to-use protocol is similar to traditional ELISA making multiplexing simple and intuitive
- Lower price per data point than traditional ELISA and other multiplexing methods
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Printing a Multiplex Array
- Multiple antibodies or proteins spotted in a defined configuration to capture specific markers
- 1 – 20 unique target analytes can be included in each array allowing for customization
- Precise printing process in controlled manufacturing environment provides high quality assays and lot to lot consistency
Imaging and Analysis
Harvest the power of Q-Plex assays with the accompanying Q-View Imaging System. This optimized imaging system includes Q-View Software and the Q-View Imager Pro or Q-View Imager LS. Q-Plex Arrays can also be imaged using third party chemiluminescent and IR imagers commonly found in labs.