High-Performing ELISAs You Can Count On
Detect your protein of interest with confidence using our ELISA kits. Every antibody that Bethyl sells has been manufactured and validated on-site to ensure high quality standards and reliable results. Select from an array of milk and serum proteins from many species and explore the assortment accessories – from solutions to buffers, and more – to support your most challenging research needs.
18 Different Milk and Serum Proteins
Across 9 Species
Find out if the ELISA technique is right for your research.
Enzyme linked immunosorbent assay, or ELISA, is a powerful qualitative and quantitative tool for measuring proteins in biologic samples. It can be used to compare differences in protein concentration between control and experimental groups in an in vivo or in vitro experiment, or between healthy donor and patient samples in clinical studies.
SARS-CoV-2 IgG ELISA Kit
SARS-CoV-2 IgM ELISA Kit
Bovine Albumin ELISA Kit
Mouse Albumin ELISA Kit
1.23 – 900 ng/ml
Human IgA ELISA Kit
1.03 – 750 ng/ml
Human IgG ELISA Kit
0.69 – 500 ng/ml
Human IgM ELISA Kit
1.03 – 750 ng/ml
Pig IgG ELISA Kit
1.37 – 1000 ng/ml
|Bovine Albumin ELISA Kit||0.69 – 500 ng/ml||E11-113|
|Bovine IgA ELISA Kit||1.37 – 1000 ng/ml||E11-121|
|Bovine IgG ELISA Kit||0.69 – 500 ng/ml||E11-118|
|Bovine IgG1 ELISA Kit||1.0 – 750 ng/ml||E11-116|
|Bovine IgG2 ELISA Kit||1.0 – 750 ng/ml||E11-117|
|Bovine IgM ELISA Kit||1.37 – 1000 ng/ml||E11-101|
|Bovine Lactoferrin ELISA Kit||0.69 – 500 ng/ml||E11-126|
|Chicken IgA ELISA Kit||1.37 – 1000 ng/ml||E33-103|
|Chicken IgG ELISA Kit||0.69 – 500 ng/ml||E33-104|
|Chicken IgM ELISA Kit||0.69 – 500 ng/ml||E33-102|
|Dog IgA ELISA Kit||1.37 –1000 ng/ml||E44-104|
|Dog IgG ELISA Kit||1.37 – 1000 ng/ml||E44-128|
|Goat IgG ELISA Kit||0.69 – 500 ng/ml||E55-104|
|Human Albumin ELISA Kit||0.69 – 500 ng/ml||E88-129|
|Human Alpha-1-Antitrypsin Kit||0.24 – 200 ng/ml||E88-122|
|Human Hemoglobin ELISA Kit||0.27 – 200 ng/ml||E88-134|
|Human Hemoglobin F ELISA Quantitation Set||6.25 - 400 ng/ml||E80-136|
|Human IgA ELISA Kit||1.03 – 750 ng/ml||E88-102|
|Human IgE ELISA Kit||0.69 – 500 ng/ml||E88-108|
|Human IgG ELISA Kit||0.69 – 500 ng/ml||E88-104|
|Human IgM ELISA Kit||1.03 – 750 ng/ml||E88-100|
|Human Kappa ELISA Kit||1.37 – 1000 ng/ml||E88-115|
|Human Lactoferrin ELISA Kit||1.56 – 100 ng/ml||E88-143|
|Human Lambda ELISA Kit||1.37 – 1000 ng/ml||E88-116|
|Human Transferrin ELISA Kit||0.69 – 500 ng/ml||E88-128|
|Mouse Albumin ELISA Kit||1.23 – 900 ng/ml||E99-134|
|Mouse IgA ELISA Kit||1.37 – 1000 ng/ml||E99-103|
|Mouse IgE ELISA Kit||1.37 – 1000 ng/ml||E99-115|
|Mouse IgG ELISA Kit||0.69 – 500 ng/ml||E99-131|
|Mouse IgG1 ELISA Kit||1.03 – 750 ng/ml||E99-105|
|Mouse IgG2a ELISA Kit||0.69 – 500 ng/ml||E99-107|
|Mouse IgG2b ELISA Kit||0.34 – 250 ng/ml||E99-109|
|Mouse IgG2c ELISA Kit||0.69 – 500 ng/ml||E99-136|
|Mouse IgG3 ELISA Kit||1.37 – 1000 ng/ml||E99-111|
|Mouse IgM ELISA Kit||1.37 – 1000 ng/ml||E99-101|
|Mouse Transferrin ELISA Kit||0.69 – 500 ng/ml||E99-129|
|Pig Albumin ELISA Kit||1.23 – 900 ng/ml||E101-110|
|Pig IgA ELISA Kit||1.37 – 1000 ng/ml||E101-102|
|Pig IgG ELISA Kit||1.37 – 1000 ng/ml||E101-104|
|Pig IgM ELISA Kit||1.37 – 1000 ng/ml||E101-117|
|Rabbit IgG ELISA Kit||0.69 – 500 ng/ml||E121-111|
|Rat Albumin ELISA Kit||1.37 – 1000 ng/ml||E111-125|
|Rat IgA ELISA Kit||1.37 – 1000 ng/ml||E111-102|
|Rat IgG ELISA Kit||1.37 – 1000 ng/ml||E111-128|
|Rat IgM ELISA Kit||2.74 – 2000 ng/ml||E111-100|
|SARS-CoV-2 IgG ELISA Kit||Semi-quantitative||E88-301|
|SARS-CoV-2 IgM ELISA Kit||Semi-quantitative||E88-302|
Yes, our ELISA kits contain antibodies and a reference standard to establish a curve. We test and qualify our kits using the reagents that are listed in the product specification sheet. However, other standard ELISA reagents will work with our antibodies.
Do Bethyl’s ELISA kits contain polyclonal or monoclonal antibodies?
What type of samples can I use with Bethyl’s ELISA kits?
Samples can be of biological (i.e. serum, plasma, urine, feces) or cell culture origin.
How should I store my samples before use?
We recommend that you store your samples at 4 C. However, biological or cell culture samples can be initially frozen until use but should not be repeatedly freeze-thawed. Once the sample is thawed, it should be stored at 4 C.
How do I dilute my samples?
Since all experimental designs are different, it is difficult to determine an overall dilution for all samples. If you have a general idea of the concentration of your samples, you will want to make dilutions so that your samples will fall in the middle range (or linear range) of the standard curve. Otherwise, you may want to take a few of your samples and make several dilutions (ex. 1:100, 1:1000, and 1:10,000) to determine a dilution range for your samples. Each investigator must determine the best dilution for their samples.
What if my raw OD values are too low or too high?
If the raw OD values appear too low, allow the reaction to continue by incubating the TMB development step longer than the 30 minutes outlined in our ELISA kit protocol. If the raw OD values appear to be developing too high, apply stop solution to the wells sooner than the 30 minute TMB incubation time.
What can I do to decrease my background?
Usually background is caused by cross contamination of samples or reagents. Make sure to always use a plate washer or wash by hand with a multi-channel pipette. Do not use the “squirt and dump” method for washing. You may also add another wash to each step. Make new reagents if background problems continue and make sure that you are not using a BSA product with an ELISA kit that may cross react (Bovine Albumin ELISA, Bovine Transferrin ELISA, Bovine IgG ELISA, Goat IgG ELISA, and others)
The quantitation of my sample is not consistent or seems to be incorrect. What can I do to correct this problem?
Make sure that you are quantitating your samples in the linear region of the curve. Samples that quantitate too close to the extreme ends of the curve may be inaccurate and difficult to reproduce.
Where can I buy the stop solution?
For your convenience, Bethyl Laboratories sells ready-to-use Stop Solution, catalog number E115.
What type of software is needed to graph a 4-parameter curve?
Some of the software choices are SoftMax Pro by Molecular Devices, KC Jr., SigmaPlot, or others. You cannot directly plot a 4-parameter curve with Microsoft EXCEL.
I do not have software that will perform a 4 parameter standard curve. What should I use to analyze my data?
You can use a linear regression curve in Microsoft EXCEL. If you use this type of curve, only use a maximum of 5 points on the curve. We recommend that you discard the upper and lower points and plot your standard curve with the 5 middle points.
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