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28 May, 2020

AAV – a versatile vector for gene therapy

What is gene therapy? Gene therapy is the transfer of genetic material into cells to correct a deficiency in the genome, with the aim of curing […]
28 May, 2020

Matrix effects

Introduction This is the sixth post in a series on ELISA troubleshooting. This one is going to look at ‘matrix effects’. Firstly, what is a matrix […]
28 May, 2020

Elisa troubleshooting tips – High background

Introduction Welcome to our fourth post in a series looking at trouble shooting tips for ELISAs. This post will focus on possible solutions to high background. […]
13 February, 2017

ELISA Troubleshooting tips – High CV

This is the third in a series of blog posts looking at troubleshooting problems with ELISAs. This one is going to focus on the possible causes […]
23 January, 2017

ELISA Troubleshooting tips – No signal

This is the second in a series of blog posts looking at troubleshooting problems with ELISAs. This one is going to focus on the causes and […]
9 January, 2017

ELISA troubleshooting tips – Poor standard curve

This is the first post in a new series looking at ELISA troubleshooting tips – Poor standard curve ELISAs, generally, are pretty straightforward assays to carry […]
8 November, 2016

Sandwich ELISA

Sandwich ELISA This is the third post in a series on ELISA, and this one will focus on the Sandwich ELISA. A sandwich ELISA differs from […]
25 October, 2016

Indirect ELISA Protocol

Indirect ELISA This is the third post in our series of posts and protocols on Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assays – ELISAs. The first was a detailed […]
6 October, 2016

How to evenly load protein on western blots

How to evenly load protein on western blots (protein quantitation for western blots) A key point in performing a good and reliable western blot is to […]

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