Glory provides a wide range of enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) kits for the detection of hundreds of different proteins and molecules including cytokines, growth factors, markers for infectious diseases, diabetes and tumor, drugs and small molecules, etc. ELISA kits are a quick, convenient, and accurate research tool for the detection and quantitation of targets of interest in cultures and samples. The ELISA kits include pre-coated plates with capture/detection antibodies, standards, buffers and accessory reagents. Each kit goes through fit-for-purpose validation and stability testing to ensure precision, accuracy, sensitivity, specificity, and reproducibility.
Our ELISA kits use an original one incubation – one wash protocol, shortening the assay time to 90 minutes without any compromise on the assay performance.Made with recombinant rabbit monoclonal detection and capture antibodies, ELISA kits offer excellent sensitivity and result consistency from one lot to another. All our ELISA kits follow the same standard protocol for ease of use.
The range and sensitivity is subject to change. For accurate results, sample concentrations must be diluted to mid-range of the kit.
When using an ELISA kit, you want specific, accurate, sensitive, and reproducible results. To be sure your kit can deliver this, it’s important to have access to the validation data before you make a purchase. However, the kits on the market range from having no validation to a full biological validation. Different levels of validation will influence the type of data available, so it’s important to know what you need at the start.
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