Chemiluminescent Immunoassays (CLIAs) have revolutionized biological and chemical detection. Based on the detection of a protein that glows or emits light in a chemiluminescent reaction, CLIA is a faster assays technique that does not require stop reactions and has short incubation times. In addition, it has a much wider detection range than either RIAs or ELISAs and is also extremely sensitive under low analyte concentration conditions.

The easiest ways to use a CLIA assay to isolate a particular analyte is to attach the substrate to magnetic beads. For your particular assay, choosing the correct magnetic bead can determine how successful your analyses and separations will be.

For this reason, Sepmag asked Dr. Fabrice Sultan from MerckMillipore – well-known for his involvement in OEM Diagnostic through supporting ESTAPORR magnetic beads customers – to prepare this e-book that aims to help you determine how to choose your CLIA reagents and how your choice will affect your results.

You will find the guide full of useful information such as:

  • How Do Chemiluminescent Assays Work
  • Three Antibody Choices for Chemiluminescent Immunoassays
  • Five Currently Most Popular Magnetic Microspheres for Chemiluminescent Immunoassays

We hope this guide will help you very much.

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