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Getting started with ELISA application

​Enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) is a technology that has become well established for the detection of a wide range of antigens, from proteins to small molecules. And, whilst the technology has been used for decades - after first being used in 1971 by Eva Engvall and Peter Perlman - for anyone learning to use an ELISA application there are still a number of technical aspects that are worth being aware of before getting started. The pages in this guide should be able to support anyone who is using ELISA for the first time, and also help you if brushing up on your skills.


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