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ELISA is a convenient and simple method to quantitatively or qualitatively detect peptides, proteins, antibodies, and hormones in samples, rendering it as one of the most widely used immunoassays.
Despite the many advantages of conducting ELISA, there are some mistakes that could turn your ELISA experiment sour. Help prevent this situation from happening by avoiding 5 common pitfalls when performing an ELISA.
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