Magnetic beads (or superparamagnetic particles) are versatile little tools for easy and effective isolation of biomolecules. Use this guide to compare the different surface chemistries and find the most suitable magbead for your application.
Lateral flow assays offer a fast, simple, and low-cost option for precision diagnostics. Find out more about precision diagnostics and how lateral flow technology is enabling the progress of precision health.
Lateral flow assays (LFAs) have been on the market as a tool for performing fast diagnostic tests for several decades and tools continue to evolve, increasing in sensitivity, expanding capability, and beginning to integrate with smart devices. Explore the potential for LFAs in precision diagnostics, multiplexed assays, and remote healthcare.
The lyophilization low-temperature dehydration process maximizes product or sample stability and shelf life, maintains chemical or biological function, and enables easier transportation and storage compared to a cold chain.
Mitigating risks and optimizing security of supply
Find out how data supports the development and implementation of measures to maintain supply levels, meeting diagnostic expectations.
The scientists guide to magnetic beads in genomics
This guide discusses the key considerations when using magnetic beads to ensure you achieve accurate, reproducible results.
Lateral flow assay troubleshooting guide
Switching to a different lateral flow assay membrane is never easy, but there are things you and your new supplier can do to make the switch as smooth as possible.
How-to-guide: Multiplexing your lateral flow assay
This guide outlines some of the important factors to consider when developing a multiplex LFA, be it from scratch or building on previously developed singleplex assays.