How does the fluorescence immunoassay analyzer work?
The analyzer uses fluorescent labels attached to antibodies or antigens. When these labeled molecules bind to the target substance in a sample, the fluorescence can be measured, indicating the presence and often the amount of the substance.
What types of samples can be tested with our immunoassay analyzer?
Our analyzer is versatile and can test a variety of samples, including blood, saliva, urine, and other bodily fluids.
How sensitive is the immunoassay analyzer?
The sensitivity can vary depending on the test, but our analyzer is designed to detect substances at very low concentrations, often in the picogram range.
Is special training required to operate the analyzer?
Our analyzer is user-friendly and designed for ease of use with minimal training. However, we do provide comprehensive training materials and support for all new users.
How do you ensure the quality of test results?
The analyzer is equipped with internal calibration and quality control measures to ensure accurate and reliable results. We also recommend regular maintenance and calibration as per the manufacturer's guidelines.
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