Monthly Archives: April 2013

ELISA Analysis Most Popular Layouts

At elisaanalysis.com we have two primary objectives: 1. To make ELISA analysis straightforward and 2. To provide ELISA analysis software functionality that is not available elsewhere.  We have a number of exciting long term plans that will become available later in 2013, however we are excited to be able to offer our users some great functionality now.

Our Most Popular Layouts functionality allows users to select from a list of ELISA plate layouts based on there popularity.  One of the powerful advantages of having an internet based services is that popularity is based on the plate layout usage of all of our users.

ELISA Analysis Most Popular LayoutsYou can choose to see the community favorites or just your most popular layouts.  We also show the last used layouts, which is particularly useful for users who are repeating a similar experiment.  We hope that this feature will come in handy for new users by allowing them to select from existing plate layouts rather than needing to create new ones.  And don’t worry, if you want to keep your layouts private you can.

We have plans to improve this feature by allow access to all popular layouts and not just the top ten.  If you have some other ideas please send them through!

ELISA Kit Reader Software – What is it?

ELISA kit reader software is a broad term that describes software products that are used to control ELISA kit reader equipment and analyze the results.  This software is often provided along with the microplate reader equipment by the supplier, however there are also many software products that are designed to work with equipment from many different suppliers.  Reader specific software can have the advantage of  being more tightly integrated and allowing access to more advanced features of the reader equipment.  The ability to accept data from many different types of equipment offer by equipment interdependent software is useful for researchers who operate in a lab with many different types of readers and where the software is installed on a computer separated from the equipment.  It also allows researchers to use one software product over their career and to store their data in a standard format.