Inflammation and immune cell responses are key to maintaining homeostasis in the body. Equine immune factor assays can help understand disease mechanisms and the role of inflammation in the etiology of diseases including immune disorders, infectious diseases, osteoarthritis and respiratory diseases, as well as neurological, metabolic and cardiovascular diseases and even cancer.
Creative Proteomics has developed an equine cytokine panel based on the Luminex xMAP technology to measure multiple inflammatory biomarkers simultaneously. Our services enable basic research in biopharmaceutical and drug development, providing customized analytical services that enable single to multiple biomarker solutions. The Luminex platform offers the advantage of speed and sensitivity, enabling simultaneous analysis of multiple cytokine and other protein biomarkers in equine Serum, plasma, colostrum, cerebrospinal fluid, vitreous fluid, nasal secretions and cell culture samples to improve the efficiency of your research.
The table below shows the types of equine Luminex protein analysis. You can choose from a variety of specifications as needed.
Magnetic bead-based Luminex multiplex assay
Advantages of Equine Luminex Multiplex Platform
- High throughput and high speed: The analysis fluorescence speed can reach up to 5000~15000 pcs/s. It can perform real-time, qualitative and quantitative analysis of many different target molecules in the same sample at the same time in less than 3h.
- High sensitivity: The detection range can reach 3~5 orders of magnitude, and the lowest detection concentration can reach 0.1 pg/mL.
- High specificity and accuracy: homogeneous immunoassay is used without washing, which reduces the error of experimental results caused by washing during operation. Flow laser technology is used in the assay to detect each microsphere, preventing interference from heteroantigens (antibodies) in the specimen.
- Small amount of specimens: The simultaneous detection of multiple indicators in the same reaction well significantly reduces the amount of specimens compared to other methods, making it suitable for the detection of rare specimens.