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Will the highest OD have the lowest concentration?
Asked on Jun 14 2013
Yes. This kit is a competitive ELISA assay. Corticostone is competing with the biotinylated-corticosterone. The higher the concentration of corticosterone in sample, the lower OD.
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Answered on Jun 14 2013