Stratos Develops Biochip as Alternative To ELISA for Biomarker Validation | GenomeWeb
Life science startup Stratos Biosystems has developed a technology that can validate proteins and biomarkers, and that it says is both quicker and less expensive than the standard ELISA method.
 
The enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay procees can take up to two years and cost up to $2 million. Stratos’ approach, which it calls immunoaffinity mass spectrometry, takes about half the time to develop at a fraction of that cost, according to company co-founders, Allan Stephan and Mark Stolowitz.
 

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