Serological immunoassays are vital components in our arsenal against infectious disease. Our COO Dr Dave Fancy talks about how to choose the correct reagents needed to develop effective tests.
Watch our presentation to find out what considerations you should make when choosing reagents for serological test development and manufacture.
- Impact of assay formats
- The benefits of polyclonal antibodies
- Host species comparison
- Pan-specific Anti-Human antibodies
- How to avoid species cross-reactivity
- Bulk and custom capabilities
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