Neogen®’s research ELISA test kits provide ultra-sensitive, quick, dependable and quantitative results for the detection of hormones, steroids, histamine, and lipoxin. The kits are non-species specific and can be used with a wide variety of sample types.

Neogen's research ELISA kits are intended for research use only and continue to be used worldwide for a broad range of research applications. Academia researchers, biotechnology companies, contract research organizations, government laboratories, pharmaceutical researchers, and research hospitals rely on our kits to provide consistent and accurate results.

Neogen's ELISA Advantages:

  • Fast results
  • Easy-to-use
  • Liquid substrate and buffers provided with each kit
  • Pre-coated microplates with removable stripes
  • Low assay sample volume
  • High sensitivity
  • Quantitative results
  • Non-radioactive
  • Reproducible
  • Non-species specific assays
  • Ideal for automation
  • Recommended extraction procedures provided

Solutions

Histamine

Histamine

Neogen’s Histamine ELISA test kit is designed for the in vitro quantification of histamine in various biological fluids. Histamine is a heterocyclic primary amine derived from the amino acid histidine. It is a mediator of inflammation and plays an intricate role in the immune systems response to foreign pathogens.

Hormones and Steroids

Hormones and Steroids

Neogen’s Hormone and Steroid panel includes ELISA test kits for the quantitative analysis of Corticosterone, Cortisol, Estradiol, Progesterone, and Testosterone in biological fluid. This group of chemicals is commonly referred to as steroid hormones. They are secreted by four “steroid glands” - the adrenal cortex, testes, ovaries, and by the placenta during pregnancy. All steroid hormones are derived from cholesterol. They are transported through the bloodstream to the cells of various target organs where they carry out the regulation of a wide range of physiological functions.

Lipoxin

Lipoxin

Neogen’s Lipoxin panel includes ELISA test kits for the quantitative analysis of 15-epi-Lipoxin A4 and Lipoxin A4 in biological fluid. Lipoxins are members of the family of bioactive products generated from Arachidonic Acid (AA). Lipoxins are short lived eicosanoids whose appearance signals the resolution of inflammation.