General Assay Diluent
- Once the capture antigen has been coated onto the plate and the plate has been properly blocked with one of ICT’s stabilizing blocker products, pipette 50 – 100 µL of General Assay Diluent into each of the wells of the ELISA plate using a multi-channel pipettor. The addition of the Assay Diluent is always done prior to adding the standard or test samples to each well.
- The standard and test samples should be diluted to the proper well concentrations using one of ICT’s three different Sample Diluent products to help further equalize matrix complexity parameters between standard/calibrator wells and the serum/plasma containing sample wells.
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