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    • DNA Reference Standard
    • Horizon Discovery
    • The Quantitative Multiplex DNA reference standard is intended for researchers assessing multiple biomarkers in a single assay using platforms such as next-generation sequencing. It can enable researchers to quantify a range of detection thresholds
    • Immunoassay System
    • Singulex
    • The Erenna® immunoassay system now benefits from a new high-definition single-molecule counting technology with which users can quantify previously undetectable biomarkers with LLoQ to femtogram levels, even in healthy populations. The system
    • Calcium Assay Kits
    • Molecular Devices
    • FLIPR® Calcium 6 assay kits address a range of GPCR and ion channel targets. Combining a fluorophore with quench technology, the dye offers a high quantum yield, delivering a good signal window, which enables researchers to monitor low-respond
    • Assays for Stem Cell Protein Markers
    • EMD Millipore
    • The Milliplex® MAP human stem cell pluripotency magnetic bead kits enable the analysis of many different pluripotency biomarkers in a single measurement. The kits examine protein biomarkers that indicate the potency of stem cells, enabling plu
    • Protein Biomarker Immunoassays
    • Olink Bioscience
    • Proseek® Multiplex is a generation of multiplexed protein biomarker immunoassays based on the Proximity Extension Assay (PEA) platform. Proseek Multiplex allows biomarker researchers to quantify 92 proteins in one microliter sample against a p
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