This is a CLIA general protocol, a serological test that, in clinical analysis, is frequently used to detect and measure different biomarkers through the use of a bioluminescent reaction.

CLIA tests can be used to detect everything from antibodies, hormones and enzymes to viruses and bacteria. This versatility makes them ideal for use in a variety of settings, from hospitals and clinics to research laboratories.

This protocol describes the steps for performing a CLIA test. Please be aware that the protocol may need to be optimized for different cells, products, target proteins, etc.

This CLIA protocol contains

  • Materials and reagents
  • Sample preparation
  • Reagent preparation
  • Assay procedure
  • Calculation of the results
  • Troubleshooting
CLIA general Protocol
CLIA general Protocol
CLIA general Protocol

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