Antibody Detection and Monitoring

Define Your DSAs with Greater Confidence LABScreen™ Single Antigen ExPlex

The powerful next step for HLA donor specific antibody (DSA) testing is available with the new LABScreen Single Antigen ExPlex!

Building on the trusted LABScreen Single Antigen platform, the ExPlex panel now offers an extended HLA antibody coverage in a single-well setup! Paired with the original LABScreen Single Antigen beads, the ExPlex kit provides cutting-edge capabilities with a total of 151 Class I and 119 Class II Common and Well-Documented alleles.

These increased specificities may provide broader antibody data to evaluate eplet patterns and complement your molecular donor typing results.

  • Total of 151 Class I or 119 Class II CWD alleles in a single well
  • Enhanced antibody coverage to better correlate with molecular typing results
  • Provides broader antibody reactivity data to evaluate eplet patterns
  • Easily integrates into your workflow with the LABScan3D™

For In Vitro Diagnostic Use.

| How It Works

Simple Workflow with a Single-Well Setup

This solid-phase assay applies bead-based multiplexing to deliver broader data for advanced analytics, all in one well using the familiar Single Antigen workflow!

AllType workflow step 1 "sample preparation" graphic


  • ExPlex SAB (5 µL)
  • SAB (5 µL)
  • Serum (40 µL)
AllType workflow step 2 "sequencing" graphic


Test in a single well

AllType workflow step 3 "analysis" graphic


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| Assay Coverage

LABScreen Single Antigen HLA Class I & II ExPlex

With these Luminex beads, you can expand your allele coverage to 151 Class I or 119 Class II CWD alleles.

HLA Class I – 54 additional single antigens

HLA Class II – 24 additional single antigens

Is LABScreen Single Antigen ExPlex right for your lab?
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