Multiplex immunoassays are valuable research tools for studying circulating biomarkers. Lot-to-lot consistency is an important requirement when analyzing biomarkers, with longitudinal studies providing insights into inflammation and disease.
Lot-to-lot inconsistency in immunoassay performance makes it impossible to reliably conduct longitudinal studies since changes in assay performance, such as sample drift, can produce confounding or misleading results, leading to incorrect conclusions.
Watch this webinar to discover details of essential practices to achieve consistent sample measurement and standard curve reproducibility for long-term research studies.
In this webinar, you will learn:
For Research Use Only. Not For Use In Diagnostic Procedures.
Geoffrey J. Solares, Ph.D.
Immunoassay Field Application Scientist, Southwest Region
Dr. Solares first began immunoassay work in 2006 by mastering western blot techniques as an undergrad and continued developing techniques during his MSc at California State University Northridge in 2011. Dr. Solares received his PhD from the University of Texas at Austin in 2019, where he used MILLIPLEX® kits to help answer his dissertation questions. He has been a Field Application Scientist since 2020.
Session 1:presented June 15, 2022
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