For humans, IFN-α consists of a group of proteins that are greater than 85% homologous by amino acid sequence. A lot of individual human IFN-α subtypes have been identified and many have different properties. For the moment, we don’t know exactly why there are multiple IFN-α subtypes. A variety of studies suggested they possess overlapping but also unique sets of biological activities. Quantification of IFN is essential but usually methods don’t take account all IFN types. In this post, I would like to focus on a relevant ELISA kit to avoid this problem.
IFN-Alpha Human All Subtype ELISA Kit
This ELISA kit allows you to quantify global IFN-alpha protein expression. Currently, this product is the most sensitive ELISA kit on the market for IFN alpha detection.
This high sensitivity kit is designed to provide accurate low pg/ml measurement of ALL 12 subtypes. This product is optimized for tissue culture media, plasma, serum (including autoimmune disease sera). This unique feature provides an improved view of global IFN-alpha production in sample analysis.
Results are reproducible with <10% inter- and <8% intra-assays CVs.
Get your IFN quantified by specialists
There are also a number of outsourcing solutions, making it as easy as ABC to get our proteins quantified:
A – Select your technology
B – Send your samples
C – Get your data
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