Logan, UT. April 27th, 2023 –
A new ELISA kit has been developed that can measure bovine and African Water Buffalo cytokines in plasma, serum, cell culture supernatants. The kit is a sensitive and accurate way to measure the levels of these important proteins, which play a role in a variety of diseases and conditions.
Cytokines are small proteins that are produced by cells in the body. They act as messengers, transmitting signals between cells and coordinating the immune response, inflammation, and other bodily functions. Bovine cytokines are important for the health and well-being of cattle, and their levels can be altered by a variety of factors, including infection, stress, and nutrition.
The new ELISA kit from Quansys Biosciences is a simple and easy-to-use test that can be used to measure the levels of 5 bovine cytokines concurrently, optimizing the amount of data gained from precious samples. The kit is designed for use in research settings, and it can be used to monitor the health of cattle and evaluate the efficacy of treatments.
“This new multiplex ELISA kit is a valuable tool for researchers and veterinarians who are working to monitor and improve the health of cattle,” said Adam Brown, CEO at Quansys Biosciences. “The kit is easy to use and provides accurate results, making it a valuable addition to any laboratory.”
This kit was developed by members of Quansys Biosciences in collaboration with the laboratory of Dr. Vanessa Ezenwa in the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology department at Yale University.
Quansys Biosciences prides itself in the development and manufacture of multiplexed assays for protein quantification. Quansys Biosciences Q-Plex™ Array Technology aids researchers in better understanding of disease. The Q-Plex Technology includes multiplex and singleplex assays built to maximize the quantity and quality of data from biological samples. To support its multiplex assays, Quansys also provides the Q-View™ Imaging system, consisting of Q-View™ Software, a user-friendly software package that enables the acquisition and analysis of large amounts of multiplex data, and the Q-View™ Imager, a high-resolution imaging device used to capture chemiluminescent assays. Quansys Biosciences was founded in 2005. Learn more at www.quansysbio.com.
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