ELISA and Multiplex Immunoassays

Choose high-quality Invitrogen™ immunoassays for protein quantitation

Rely on our 25 years of experience manufacturing and supplying antibody-based, target-specific protein quantitation reagents, kits, and panels for life science research. These products, which are collectively called immunoassays, include matched antibody pairs, uncoated and coated-plate ELISA kits, and multiplexing assays for the Luminex™ platform. All are validated for reliability and specificity. Select from hundreds of ready-to-ship kits or configure and order a custom assay panel.

To find the best assay for your needs, choose from popular immunoassay categories below or contact our field application specialists (FAS), who can answer your questions and provide you individualized immunoassay support.

Featured immunoassay categories

Invitrogen Assays for the Luminex Platform

Assays for the Luminex™ platform enable simultaneous measurement of multiple proteins per well using as little as 25 μL of sample. This technology produces results comparable to ELISA but with greater efficiency, speed, and dynamic range. Mix and match your own custom panel using singleplex kits, choose ready-to-use multiplex panels, or have us create a custom panel for you.

Select from hundreds of ready-to-use ELISA kits (as pre-coated plates or uncoated reagent sets), optimized for convenient and sensitive quantitation of a wide range of targets in various sample types, including human, mouse, rat IgG, cytokines, phosphorylated proteins, beta amyloids, extracellular and intracellular targets.

ELISA Kits
Antibody Pair Kits

Choose from our broad range of matched, pre-titered, and fully optimized antibody pair kits to accurately quantify cytokines, chemokines, growth factors, signaling pathway targets, and proteins associated with immunology, inflammation, cancer, cardiovascular, and neurodegenerative disease research.

Related antibody-based assays and applications


Free on-demand webinar

Integrated Protein Analysis (Workshop from AAI 2015 Meeting)

Watch our webinar on immunoassay platform development for evaluating biomarkers relevant to autoimmune disease and cancer research. Discover how antibody-based multiplex tools augment your capacity to detect protein analytes in biological samples.