Fitzgerald Industries offers a wide range of research ELISA kits with multiple diverse applications in industry, quality assurance, research, education, and diagnostic procedures. Our ultra-sensitive and ultra-fast prepackaged test kits are used worldwide by NGOs, pharmaceutical companies, research facilities, quality control laboratories, and educational institutions in a wide range of diagnostic applications. Our kits include all necessary buffers, diluents, and associated materials, such as 96-well microtiter plates. Our prepackaged research kits will allow the user to skip lengthy and expensive assay development procedures and achieve highly accurate, reliable and reproducible results almost immediately.

Fitzgerald offers for sale a wide range of enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) kits for the detection and quantification of multiple common targets of interest, including growth factors, cytokines, peptides, immunoglobulins, hormones, drugs of abuse, biochemicals, toxins, infectious diseases and a wide selection of antigens and antigenic factors targeting the full spectrum of species and sample types. In addition to our ELISA tests, Fitzgerald Industries offers a range of laboratory diagnostic kits including annexin-specific apoptosis detection kits, apoptotic cell isolation kits, colorimetric and fluorometric assay kits, drug detection kits, and drug staining. cape.

In addition to our range of ready-to-use research kits, Fitzgerald also offers a selection of assay enhancement buffers, diluents, and stabilizers, allowing the user to optimize each stage of the assay process to their own individual requirements. Our range of research kits and associated buffers, reagents and substrates is constantly being updated, so please do not hesitate to contact us with your specific requirements.

At Assay Genie we provide over 30,000 ELISA kits for research on a variety of species including humans, mice, rats, and many more. Our focus at Assay Genie is to provide researchers with the highest quality ELISA kits, the latest targets, and new technologies that will allow researchers to further advance their immunology research.

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