ELISA Reagents and Buffers
Build-it-yourself ELISA supplies
Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISAs) are plate-based assays designed for detecting and quantifying substances such as peptides, proteins, antibodies, and hormones.
The reagents needed to construct and run a typical sandwich ELISA or other plate-based immunoassay include specific antibodies (e.g., matched antibody pairs), enzyme conjugates, blocking buffers, sample and wash buffers, and enzyme substrates.
Featured build-it-yourself ELISA categories
Various easy-to-use and reliable blocking buffers for ELISA. These blocking buffers are also suitable for use in other detection methods, such as western blotting, IHC, and nucleic acid detection.
A wide variety of conjugates and detection probes for use in ELISA. The labels include secondary antibodies, biotin-binding proteins, antibody-binding proteins, and CaptureSelect™ biotinylated ligand conjugates.
Colorimetric, chemiluminescent, and chemifluorescent substrates for alkaline phosphatase (AP), horseradish peroxidase (HRP) and other enzyme reporter systems, including sensitive formulations of TMB for kinetic, competition, or sandwich ELISA.
We offer colorimetric, chemiluminescent, and chemifluorescent substrates for alkaline phosphatase (AP), horseradish peroxidase (HRP) and other enzyme reporter systems, including sensitive formulations of TMB for kinetic, competition, or sandwich ELISAs.
Clear, white, and black polystyrene microplates in 96-well and 384-well formats and various quality grades for coating or capturing native or biotinylated antibodies, proteins, or peptides for use in plate-based immunoassays.
Single and multichannel pipettes, reagent dispensers, microplate washers, shakers and incubators, and plate readers (spectrophotometers) for conducting ELISA protocols and measuring and analyzing the output.
Biomarker quantitation assay guide
This 72-page guide provides detailed information about different tools for protein and RNA quantitation. Download this valuable technical resource that covers technologies useful for cancer and inflammation research, immunology, neurology and more. Learn more about how antibody pairs, ELISA kits, and multiplex kits for the Invitrogen Luminex platform may help advance your research.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.