Tag: Assay

Multiplex Microarrays: The Next Generation ELISA

The hallmark of chronic diseases is the production of highly specific autoantibodies (1,2).  These autoantibodies are increasingly measured to guide clinical decision making.    The goal of these measurements is to define intracellular signal pathway activation profiles. These profiles can be integrated with clinical information to generate “biosignatures” for individual patients, the goal of which is personalized … Continued

Optimizing Reverse Phase Protein Array Assays

Components of Reverse-Phase Protein Array (RPPA) methods and their impact on the overall performance of this assay were presented at the 2nd annual RPPA Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland on November 12.  Entire presentation can be viewed here.  View poster here. View here for information regarding our RPPA Assay System Selecting Surfaces, Reagents, and Detection Methods … Continued

ProPlate® Chambers Minimize Microarray Variation

Microarray results are susceptible to variation introduced from multiple sources during the course of assay methodologies employed with this technology. A commonly overlooked parameter which may significantly impact results is the choice of chamber/vessel for performing microarray incubations and washes. Chambers which allow for active mixing can significantly improve microarray data. Grace Bio-Labs offers ProPlate® incubation chambers which allow for continuous mixing during microarray assays … Continued