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Diaclone ELISA

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Diaclone ELISA (Enzyme Linked Immuno-Sorbent Assay) are highly sensitive immunoassays designed for the in-vitro quantitative and qualitative determination of cytokines, CD antigens, apoptosis markers and other analytes from human serum, plasma and cell culture supernatant.

The benefits of Diaclone ELISA

•    Highly sensitive ELISA
•    Fast ELISA procedure
•    Accuracy and reliability are guaranteed as all our reagents have been validated according ISO 9001:2008 quality systems
•    Can recognise both Natural and Recombinant antigen specificity
•    Standard Calibration to NIBSC
•    ELISA available in a number of formats from pre-coated kits to matched antibody pairs
•    Removable strip plates and multiple standards allow multiple Assays from each ELISA kit
Product Diaclone ELISA
Company Gen-Probe Inc
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