QuantiScientifics recently launched its A2 Multiplex IA Slide, which enables users to prepare custom multiplex slide immunoassays. The new glass slide product can host 8 sub-arrays, each with 14 unique capture oligos. A slide kit of activated complementary oligos is available to prepare from between one and 14 oligo-antibody conjugates. A hybridization process results in the self-assembly of the oligo-antibody conjugates to corresponding capture oligos creating the antibody array for quantitative multiplex enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays.

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