Monthly Archives: May 2011

The SELEX Assay – Beyond The Right Track

Why has the systematic evolution of ligands by exponential enrichment (SELEX) become so unpopular? What is the reason why everybody puts much more resources on peptide and antibody based drugs rather than small RNA or small DNA aptamers? We strongly … Continue reading

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Immuno qPCR Where Other Assays Flop

Dear all, after some time of relaxing, we are now proud to provide another exciting ligand binding assay: the immuno qPCR as ultra-sensitive tool for protein or peptide ligand detection. This assay comes both in the microplate and magnetic bead … Continue reading

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Another Week, Another Assay

this time the innovative immuno PCR, an absolutely underestimated assay for the detection of proteins in biological samles; we have invited the inventors of this method for a short assay description, let´s see if they join in…, Cheers, binding-assay.com team.

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Branched Rolling Circle Amplification (BRCA) Assay with Low LLOQ

Hello everybody, most probably due to IP filing reasons, there were some R&D activities to develop another liquid phase ligand binding assay to quantify small RNAs like microRNA in biological samples. But the crucial point is the time-consuming assay setup … Continue reading

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SELEX Bead Assay – The Almost Forgotten One

Hi everybody, today we came across the Systematic Evolution of Ligands by Exponential Enrichment (SELEX) ligand binding assay, which usually is performed on beads. We invited some experts in writing the assay description for us, so stay curious about it! … Continue reading

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