Immunoassay analyzers are a type of analytical instrument used in the laboratory to measure concentrations of assay components in complex fluids. The analyzer is designed to detect and quantify signal and convert it into a concentration value.
Why use immunoassay analyzers?
There are many reasons to use an immunoassay analyzer in your research. Immunoassay analyzers are sensitive and specific, meaning they can detect very small changes in the levels of the analytes you are measuring. They are also relatively easy to use and can be automated, which makes them ideal for high-throughput studies.
Immunoassay analyzers can measure a wide variety of analytes, including proteins, hormones, cytokines, and metabolites. They can also be used to measure multiple analytes in a single sample, which is often more efficient and cost-effective than measuring each analyte separately.
In addition, immunoassay analyzers can be used to study a wide variety of biological processes, including cell signaling, metabolism, and immune response.
Types of immunoassay analyzers
Immunoassay is a method that uses antibodies to detect the presence of specific substances in a sample. There are two types of immunoassay analyzers: radioimmunoassay (RIA) and enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA).
RIA is a sensitive technique that can be used to measure very low concentrations of substances in a sample. It works by measuring the amount of radioactivity bound to an antibody that has been exposed to a sample containing the substance being measured.
ELISA is less sensitive than RIA but can be used to measure a wider range of concentrations. It works by measuring the amount of enzyme activity that is bound to an antibody that has been exposed to a sample containing the substance being measured.
A Wondfo immunoassay analyzer is a powerful tool that can be used to detect and measure a variety of different substances in the body. While they may seem complicated at first, with a little practice you’ll be able to use them like a pro. We hope this guide has helped you better understand an immunoassay analyzer.