What is Q-Plex?

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What is Q-Plex?

Q-Plex technology is a multiplex ELISA, an assay platform that can simultaneously quantify the concentrations of multiple analytes by utilizing enzymes and adsorbed antibodies and/or antigens. Each fully-quantitative Q-Plex kit consists of arrays of up to 20 distinct capture antibody nano spots deposited into each well of a microtitre plate, meaning that in a 96-well plate, you can obtain up to 96 X 20 = 1920 data points. This is different from a traditional ELISA, where an entire well is devoted to a single type of antibody population, such that only 96 data points are acquired in one plate. Q-Plex kits can be imaged and analyzed using our high-quality, low-cost Q-View imager, or other imagers, and our Q-View Software.

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