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Current and Emerging Applications of ELISAs

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Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISAs) are a cornerstone of clinical and research laboratories. ELISAs can detect and quantify the presence of antibodies, antigens or proteins in an enormous range of biological and environmental samples.

Since their development in 1971, ELISAs have been adapted for use in a wide variety of fields for numerous applications, from epidemiological monitoring to environmental pollutant analysis. Research into novel biomarkers and ELISA-based technologies continues to improve sensitivity and broaden the potential uses.

Download this listicle to explore the uses of ELISAs in:

  • Clinical diagnostics and epidemiology
  • Biopharmaceutical and vaccine development
  • Food safety analysis
  • Environmental analysis
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