Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) is a biochemical procedure in immunology that is primarily used for determining the presence of an antigen or an antibody in a sample. For years, ELISA has been utilized as a diagnostic tool in plant pathology and medicine.
It has test kits for cancer, autoimmune diseases, fertility, thyroid, steroids, infectious diseases, and parasitology, as well as allergy and diabetes tests. You can also check out the Boster Bio featured products to know more about the Elisa kits.
One of the ELISA test kits for cancer is prostatic acid phosphatase (PAP), which is used to measure prostatic acid phosphatase (PAP) in human serum and plasma. Kit components can only be used as an integral unit.
Therefore, the components from different batches must be separated. The Diagnostic Automated PSA Enzyme Immunoassay is also a cancer test kit. It was specifically developed to measure prostate-specific antigen (PSA) in human serum.
Another example of a test suite is the human allergen-specific IgE ELISA analysis, by which the allergen-specific human immunoglobulin E is calculated and determined. The total IgE of the sample was determined prior to perform the allergen-specific IgE test.
Human growth hormone (HGH), another type of test, is used to test female fertility. It determines the concentration of human growth hormone in human serum.
Infectious disease test kits are also available, one of which is Bordetella pertussis IgA, which is used to detect specific IgA antibodies against Bordetella pertussis in plasma and serum. This test is intended for in vitro diagnostic testing only. Therefore, additional tests need to be considered.