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Explore the Principles and Applications of Fluorescence Polarization

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Fluorescence polarization (FP) is a fluorescence-based detection method that is widely used to monitor molecular interactions in solution.

Assays based on FP technology are simple to use, can be performed in real time and are homogenous, enabling high-throughput applications. Due to these advantages, FP assays are highly popular in various fields, including drug discovery, molecular biology and clinical diagnostics.

This whitepaper describes the technology behind this versatile immunoassay, providing an in-depth exploration of its principles, methodologies and diverse applications.

Download this whitepaper to gain insight on:

  • Key considerations essential for optimal performance of FP assays
  • The unique characteristics behind FP technology 
  • Validated FP-based assay kits tailored for your research needs

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