MATRIPLEX OPTIMIZATION SERVICE
DO MORE FOR LESS WITH THE MATRIPLEX
Taking advantage of the SnapChip technology, the MatriPlex optimization is a newly developed service offered by Parallex Bioassays. Thanks to the individuality of each assay on the multiplex chip (known to be cross-reaction free), we can firstly mix-and-match your routine assays and secondly rapidly optimize all of them in a single MatriPlex experiment. Going from a singleplex to a multiplex has never been as simple and affordable. It is a great alternative for those who regularly use a Do It Yourself (DIY) ELISA kit or run tons of Western Blot.
WHAT CAN WE OFFER?
Our service can combine up to ten of your assays into a single SnapChipTM. Accordingly, more tests can be made, using fewer samples, reagents and time. When comparing the two approaches (MatriPlex/64-well vs. DIY ELISA), only half of the antibodies provided in a DIY kit will be sufficient to analyze ten-time more samples (4800 vs. 480). This contributes to the low cost per datapoint, which can be three-time lower than your current assays ($0.31 vs. $0.97). As seen in the table beside, we compared different variables, in order to obtain the same desired endpoint, by using the DIY ELISA approach vs the MatriPlex + SnapChip approach. For this hypothetical situation, we used a Do It Yourself ELISA Kit that cost approximately 325$ for five-time 96-well plates.
Our Other Services
We develop and optimize custom immunoassays. In contrast to conventional multiplexed immunoassays, we do singleplex asssays in parallel on a chip. This allows rapid and efficient assay development and optimization. About 100 assay conditions and/or antibody pair screenings can be completed in a one-slide experiment.
Do you need to get a paper out, or urgently need results for the next grant application? We can help in getting quality results quickly. Do not hesitate to contact us, it will be a pleasure to help source the antibodies best suited to our platforms.
Microarray Scanning and Data Analysis
We provide high-quality images and detailed analysis using a InnoScan 1100 scanner from Innopsys with up to 0.5µm/pixel resolution and 3 excitation wavelengths.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for help with your bioassays.