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Crash Course: Developing a Fool-Proof ELISA

Join us in this webinar featuring Dr. Omonse Talton who will guide you through developing a “fool proof” enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA).

In this tutorial, you will find:

  • When and why you should use the different types of ELISAs– direct, indirect, sandwich, competitive/inhibition ELISA
  • Major considerations for developing your ELISA
  • Tried and tested tips for you to perform a successful ELISA


Crash Course: Developing a Fool-Proof ELISA

Omonseigho Esangbedo Talton, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Cell Biology Instructor, University of Missouri-Columbia

Tutorial abstract

The ELISA is one of (if not the most) common techniques in biology and biochemistry laboratories. You can use an ELISA to detect minute amounts of protein for medical diagnostics, for testing food for common allergens, and in toxicology screens screen for certain drugs. While the overall premise of an ELISA is simple, as with any assay, its success hinges on the experimental set up.

In this webinar, Omonse will give you a crash course on that experimental set up—from start to finish. She will discuss the different types of ELISAs, the major considerations in development of the assay, and troubleshooting—including tips and tricks. With this webinar, you will be able to ensure that your ELISA provides reproducible and publishable results!

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