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Considerations for Lateral Flow Design

Lateral Flow Design

Lateral flow immunoassays are rapid, convenient tests used to detect target analytes, such as macromolecules and proteins, in liquid samples. 

The nitrocellulose membrane is the heart of the lateral flow test. Since the interaction of the assay components influences the outcome of the test, the membrane properties must be considered before selection to improve assay consistency and reproducibility.

Do you want to find the right balance? Download this infographic to learn more about the properties you should consider, including:

  • Capillary flow time
  • Sample liquid viscosity 
  • Membrane surfactant compatibility 
  • Kinetic properties 
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