Microbead agglutination based assays

David Castro (Inventor), Ian G. Foulds (Inventor), Rimantas Kodzius (Inventor)

Research output: Patent

Abstract

A method for detecting the presence of an analyte in a sample can include adding a plurality of microparticles of a first-type to the sample, where each microparticle of the first-type includes a first binding partner configured to interact with at least a first portion of the analyte, adding a plurality of microparticles of a second-type to the sample, where each microparticle of the second-type includes a second binding partner configured to interact with at least a second portion of the analyte, the first portion of the analyte being different from the second portion of the analyte, and identifying an aggregate including at least one microparticle of the first-type, at least one microparticle of the second-type and the analyte, where the aggregate indicates the presence of the analyte.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Patent numberCA 2874518 A1
StatePublished - Nov 28 2013

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