Indiana University SoM Simon Cancer Center Multiplex Analysis Core
Indianapolis, IN, US
Academic Core Facility
The Multiplex Analysis Core (MAC) offers microplate-based bioassay systems that can perform multiplex analysis of multiple different analytes in a single sample. Multiplex systems are faster, more efficient, and use less sample volume than other technologies such as ELISA and Western Blot. Off-the-shelf kits are available to detect analytes such as chemokines, cytokines, hormones, cell signaling molecules, phosphoproteins, or nucleic acids in areas such as inflammation, metabolism, cardiovascular disease, oncology, immunology, etc. Custom kits designed by the investigator are also a possibility.
The MAC offers two multiplex analysis systems for analyte quantitation in the picogram or femtogram level: the Bio-Plex 200 suspension bead-based system (Luminex platform), and the Aushon Cirascan printed array-based system. Immunoassay kits are available for testing human, mouse, bovine, canine, porcine, rat and primate samples.
|Indiana University SoM Simon Cancer Center Multiplex Analysis Core West Walnut Street Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United States|
|Indiana University SoM Simon Cancer Center Multiplex Analysis Core 980 West Walnut Street Indianapolis, IN, 46202 United States|
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