EVix Extracellular Vesicle Research Tools
Capture plates are antibody coated 96 well plates ready to be used in your own assay system. EVs captured by the tetraspan specific antibody on these plates can be phenotyped by your own antibody detection system. Captured EVs can also be probed for nucleic acid content or other intra vesicle contents. Three different tetraspan specific capture plates are available.
EVix capture beads are 4 um latex beads optimally coated with anti-human tetraspan antibody. These beads bind specific tetraspan molecules found in many EVs and allow EVs to be pulled from solution and captured onto the beads. Captured EVs are detected by binding of specific anti-human tetraspan antibodies or other antibodies of choice.
These ELISA kits come complete with all components to conduct 96 individual assays. Each kit comes with anti-human tetraspan antibody coated 96 well plate and sufficient detection antibody to assay 96 individual wells. These ELISA kits provide affinity capture of tetraspan positive EVs and detection of membrane associated tetraspan molecules which are retained along with the capture target.
Following capture of EVs onto the EVix capture beads or onto the EVix capture plates, the presence of EVs can be detected by the binding of detection reagents to the captured EVs. Similar to a sandwich assay, the detection reagent binds to the same capture antigen or to a different distinct antigen. Depending on cell source, or biological source different capture and detect strategies can be used.
EVix Quality and Commitment to the User
All EVix products are created and manufactured with you the user in mind. When you open an EVix product, whether it’s a complete ELISA tetraspan kit or a vial of capture beads, you can be assured that all of our products are optimized and fully designed to provide the results you need in the research that is your life’s work. We use these tools ourselves and have designed them to be as sensitive and reliable as possible. We are certain that use of these tools will make your work easier and open up new insights into EV biology.