Immunoassay analyzer is an analytical instrument used in the field of immunoassay system of basic medicine. Hospitals and clinical laboratories run automated biochemical tests using automatic immunoassay analyzers to detect the presence and concentration of substances in samples. Many types of tests including testing for cancer markers, therapeutic drug monitoring, diagnosing infectious diseases, cardiac analysis and allergy testing can be performed by Hipro immunoassay analyzers. As a mature POCT company, Hipro can offer automated immunoassay platform with different types of immunoassay analyzers including Palm Reader Immunoassay Analyzers, Hurricane Immunoassay Analyzers, Microfluidics Immunoassay Analyzers etc.
Easy: Patented integrated sampler; One step operation; Ready to use kits for the immunoassay system are available.
Rapid: It will take less than 5 min for our immunoassay instruments to show the test results. Simple operation, quick reaction, quick analysis.
Comprehensive: 4 methodologies, International reagent platform.
Accurate: Classical liquid phase methodology. 3 level calibration system assures accurate and reliable results of our immunoassay analyser.
Immunoassays rely on the ability of an antibody to recognize and bind a specific macromolecule in what might be a complex mixture of macromolecules. In immunology the particular macromolecule bound by an antibody is referred to as an antigen and the area on an antigen to which the antibody binds is called an epitope.
In some cases, an immunoassay may use an antigen to detect for the presence of antibodies, which recognize that antigen, in a solution. In other words, in some immunoassays, the analyte may be an antibody rather than an antigen.
In addition to the binding of an antibody to its antigen, the other key feature of all immunoassays is a means to produce a measurable signal in response to the binding. Most, though not all, immunoassays involve chemically linking antibodies or antigens with some kind of detectable label. A large number of labels exist in modern immunoassays, and they allow for detection through different means. Many labels are detectable because they either emit radiation, produce a color change in a solution, fluoresce under light, or can be induced to emit light. (From Wikipedia)