24 November 2014 | News | By BioSpectrum Bureau
The company has recently released fifteen new kits in the Rapid format
Singapore: Biosensis has announced the launch of its new range of Rapid ELISA kits. The company has released fifteen new kits in the Rapid format. These kits provide the same specificity and sensitivity as other ELISAs, but take less than four hours to complete; allowing experiments to be completed at a much faster rate.
Dr Lyndon Foster, head of US operations, Biosensis, said, "These new Rapid kits will allow researchers to accurately quantify target proteins critical to understanding Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and ALS disease. Targets include BDNF, proBDNF, NGF, proNGF, Oligomeric amyloid-beta, NT3, NT4/5 and the NGF receptor, p75ECD."
"These kits provide a way of achieving accurate and precise quantification of target levels in serum, plasma, urine and tissue extracts as per the standards recommended by WHO," said Dr Foster.