Elisa


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Concept Info

NAME

ELISA

DESCRIPTION

The enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) is a sensitive method to quantify or test for the presence of antigen or ligand. Enzyme-linked antibodies (or ligand binding proteins) are used to bind an analyte on a solid substrate, and convert a colourless reporter molecule to a coloured or luminescent product for detection.

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