Assess assay feasibility and optimize ELISA performance parameters with ICT’s Antigen-Down ELISA Development Kit. The Antigen-Down ELISA Development Kit provides seven specially formulated ELISA Solutions and a template for the initial development and optimization of antigen-down immunoassays. This kit is beneficial to both novice and experienced users. From coating buffer to substrate stop solution, this kit contains enough reagent to construct ten 96-well ELISA plates.

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Antigen-Down ELISA Development Kit
SKU: 9101

Volume: Reagents for 10 96-Well Plates
Price:
Sale price$532
An antigen-down enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (AD ELISA) is an immunoassay-based technique that utilizes an ELISA plate coated with a target antigen to detect and/or quantify the presence of a specific antibody. Our AD ELISA Development Kit provides seven specially formulated ELISA Solutions development components plus a detailed guide for the initial development and optimization process. AD ELISA formats are a preferred method for detecting antigen-specific antibodies that are present within serum, plasma, or cell culture supernatants (e.g., hybridoma screening). Everything from coating buffers to substrate and stop solutions, are included within this AD ELISA development kit. Each kit comes with enough liquid reagents and ELISA plates to perform ten 96-well ELISA plate assays, plus ten additional plates are included for performance of some optional steps (e.g. establishing a consensus dilution factor range for samples, performing a quality assessment of the plate coating process, normalizing AD ELISA OD450 signal variation events). Additional liquid components may be needed depending on the scale or scope of the individual AD ELISA development project. This kit is convenient, instructive and offers an economical pathway toward achieving your goal of developing your own research project specific, novel ELISA.
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Milestones Common to All AD ELISA Development Projects
  1. Define Project Scope/Objectives and Construct Assay Development Plan.
  2. Acquire Key Antigen-Down ELISA Assay Components
  3. Demonstration of Basic Assay Feasibility.
  4. Optimization of Assay Performance Parameters.
  5. Accounting for Natural Variation in Biological Samples and Assay Conditions.

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