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Tips to Generate & Troubleshoot ELISA Experiments for Your Application

Abstract:

The Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent assay (ELISA) is one of the most commonly used analytical biochemical assays in both academic laboratories and pharmaceutical companies alike. But how do you know which type of ELISA is best suited for your specific experiment? In this webinar, you will learn from an ELISA expert how to completely design an ELISA experiment, from the protein design, to custom antibody generation, all the way through to identifying the proper analytical method for your application.

In this webinar, we will cover:

  • the various types of ELISA kits and the pros and cons of each
  • how to troubleshoot your ELISA experiment when the results are not going as planned
  • the ins & outs of ELISA reagent generation from sample isolation to custom antibody development


Speaker: Hui Chen, Ph.D., Director, Antibody Department, GenScript

Date: April 17th, 2019

Time: 9:00-9:45 AM EST, 2:00 – 2:45 PM EST

Presenter’s Biography:

Dr. Hui Chen graduated from Beijing University with a doctoral degree in biochemistry and molecular biology. She then Joined Abcam and became the head of Abcam's customization service department. During her tenure at Abcam, she worked with top pharmaceutical companies and their scientists to develop custom antibodies against hot targets such as PD-L1, MLKL, and GSDMD. She has extensive experience with custom ELISA kit generation, rabbit monoclonal antibody generation, and custom antibody generation. Dr. Chen is now the Director of GenScript's Antibody Department, overseeing all aspects of reagent antibody discovery and production.

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