Multiplexing Your Lateral Flow Assay
How To Guide May 08, 2019
There are numerous reasons why combining detection of multiple targets within a single assay is desirable.
This guide outlines some of the important factors to consider when developing a multiplex lateral flow assay, be it from scratch or building on previously developed singleplex assays.
Download this guide to learn:
- Why you would want to detect multiple targets
- The need for optimizing your assay
- Why compromising is key
- The number of targets you can detect on one assay
- Important implications for end-users
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