Obtain quantitative and highly multiplexed proteomic data from ultra-small sample volumes with only five minutes of prep time
When working with precious samples, like patient plasma and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), there’s a limited volume that can be obtained from each patient, which can make analysis more difficult. If only a small amount of sample can be taken, it may not be possible to use traditional systems for analysis, slowing down the development process. The IsoLight system from IsoPlexis solves this critical challenge to get researchers the most out of their precious samples and accelerate their research.
Download the white paper, compliments of IsoPlexis, so learn how the CodePlex highly multiplexed ELISA workflow uses only 11 µL per sample replicate to obtain quantitative proteomic data.