Monthly Archives: January 2014

Save and access past ELISA analysis reports

ELISAanalysis.com now allows all signed in users to access their past reports.  The image below shows the new Past Reports menu item that takes you to a list of all your historical ELISA analysis reports.

Past Reports

In addition we have updated our ELISA analysis reports to include:

  • All standard, negative and blank data
  • a print friendly feature providing a report for printing or saving as PDF.

Report Example

Linear ELISA Curve, Linear Curve Fitting

A linear curve can be used for fitting an ELISA standard curve and can provide a reasonable fit for readings in the middle of the assay range.  If you want to get a more detailed understanding of linear curve fitting then we suggest that you refer to page 327 of the The Immunoassay Handbook, Forth Edition.  A preview of the relivant pages can be found on Google Books via the following link: http://books.google.com.au/books?id=xuYf6tcVdqYC&lpg=PA329&dq=4pl%20elisa%20curve%20fitting&pg=PA327#v=onepage&q&f=false

5PL ELISA Curve, 5 Parameter Logistic Curve Fitting

The 5 Parameter Logistic (5PL) curve is recommended by some ELISA kit manufactures for fitting a standard curve.  For those without a statistics degree (most of us in the life sciences) it can sound pretty intimidating.  The good news is that ELISA Software like elisaanalysis.com will do the hard work for you by fitting the curve and predicting your unknown values without you needing to know the details.  But if you want to get a more detailed understanding of the 5PL curve then we suggest that you refer to page 327 of the The Immunoassay Handbook, Forth Edition.  A preview of the relivant pages can be found on Google Books via the following link: http://books.google.com.au/books?id=xuYf6tcVdqYC&lpg=PA329&dq=4pl%20elisa%20curve%20fitting&pg=PA327#v=onepage&q&f=false

4PL ELISA Curve, 4 Parameter Logistic Curve Fitting

The 4 Parameter Logistic (4PL) curve is the most common curve recommended by ELISA kit manufactures for fitting a standard curve.  For those without a statistics degree (most of us in the life sciences) it can sound pretty intimidating.  The good news is that ELISA Software like elisaanalysis.com will do the hard work for you by fitting the curve and predicting your unknown values without you needing to know the details.  But if you want to get a more detailed understanding of the 4PL curve then we suggest that you refer to page 327 of the The Immunoassay Handbook, Forth Edition.  A preview of the relivant pages can be found on Google Books via the following link: http://books.google.com.au/books?id=xuYf6tcVdqYC&lpg=PA329&dq=4pl%20elisa%20curve%20fitting&pg=PA327#v=onepage&q&f=false