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Solid Phase vs. Liquid Phase Ligand Capturing

As in real life, often there are different ways to get the same result. Almost the same, I´d better say, because for the bioanalytical ligand binding assay developer it is indeed a difference whether the ligand is captured in the … Continue reading

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The Proximity Ligation Assay – Proximal to Ultimative Assay Sensitivity?

yesterday we had the Ascension Day, also called the Father´s Day in Germany, which means all fathers enjoyed the day along with their kids outside under the fantastic blue sky! And that´s what I did, and got a slight sunborn … Continue reading

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The Invention of Immuno RT-qPCR is in Stand-By Position

RT in this context means “reverse transcription”, not “real-time” as recently suggested (1). When I skimmed through the immuno qPCR publications on Pubmed, I was wondering a bit why nobody have been dealing with reverse-transcription to further increase the sensitivity … 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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