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The ELISA: first principles, free webinar

Live Webinar Details 

  19:00-19:30 EST | 16:00-16:30 PST | 0:00-0:30 GMT |09:00-09:30 AEST

 Thursday, May 18, 2017 | Friday, May 19, 2017

Webinar Summary 

Enzyme linked immunosorbent assay ELISAs are used to determine the presence and concentration of a target molecule in a sample. A number of different ELISA formats and ELISA reagents exist to suit different scientific requirements. 

This webinar will review:

  • General ELISA principles
  • Direct ELISA
  • Competitive ELISA
  • Sandwich ELISA
  • SimpleStep ELISA
  • What could go wrong? 

Register today to hear more about this exciting topic and have your questions answered by our resident expert during a live Q&A session!

Who should attend this webinar 

Researchers new to ELISA and those who may wish to know more about a specific ELISA type. 

Meet the presenter

Ralph Paul, PhD

With a PhD in virus receptors and a fellowship studying viral molecular biology, followed by a long tenure in biotech, Ralph Paul, PhD,  has developed and run many assay types directed towards assessing expression levels and biological activity of numerous therapeutic proteins and their targets.  

Ralph is now the Scientific Support Manager in Abcam's Eugene, Oregon office.  

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