Austin, TX, October 03, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) is a widely used laboratory research assay designed for detecting and quantifying substances such as peptides, proteins, antibodies and hormones. ELISA is a very accurate, highly sensitive and specific immunoassay in comparison to other types of common protein detection assays. Altogen Labs provides both standard ELISA assays (utilizing commercially available ELISA kits) and development of ELISA assays for the target protein. Also, ELISA services include testing activity of the compound of interest on a panel of 15 intracellular Ser/Thr kinases and 17 Tyr kinases, using phospho-specific antibodies by the determination of substrate-specific phosphorylation activity induced by kinase activation. The substance’s binding activity is measured as a spectrophotometric response and quantified against a standard curve. ELISA allows for the detection of target proteins at the nanogram levels.
Altogen Labs offers standard ELISA services using customer-provided samples, however company also offers a variety of custom ELISA services including Antibody Testing, Assay Development and/or Format Modification, and ELISA Platform Optimization. Altogen Labs has experience with customizing ELISA for a client’s needs through creative and innovative approaches to immune- and cell-based assays. With experienced scientists, Altogen Labs has the capability to develop robust custom ELISA assays.
Generally, customizable monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies make the ELISA a very versatile assay able to detect most targets of interest, with high affinity, specificity and sensitivity. Altogen Labs team is dedicated to work closely with clients in order to optimize ELISA for individual preclinical research needs.
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