The Advanced Guide for
The use of Magnetic Beads in ChemiLuminiscent ImmunoAssays (CLIA)

Developing magnetic bead-based assays, such as Chemiluminescent Immunoassays (CLIA) is not an easy task as there are multiple factors to take into consideration. Parting from a specific biomarker, there is plenty of platforms available, as well as multiple bead coatings and many other choices. All these factors must be considered when designing assays that use streptavidin beads or other types of magnetic bead.

For this reason, Sepmag asked Dr. Sergi Gassó from Pragmatic Diagnostics to prepare this e-book in order to help magnetic bead users design their assays. Dr. Gassó provides a helpful and interesting insight for this topic, as he was the first developer of Chemiluminescent Immunoassays for Biokit and more recently head of R&D in various IVD companies.


Sepmag_Portada3D_advanced guide magneticbeads.pngYou will find the guide full of useful information such as:

  • How to decide the best platform for a biomarker

  • How to successfully move from various types of particles to magnetic beads

  • In-depth comparison of different available magnetic bead coatings

 

 

We hope this guide will help you very much. 

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The Sepmag Team