Goat ELISA Kits

BlueGene Goat ELISA Kits were designed for Veterinary Research, these kits are suitable for cell culture supernatant, serum, and plasma, and some can be used with milk and colostrum samples. You can explore your research by choosing from over 8000 options, most target proteins are available for sale now; you could qualify the protein of interest in just 90 minutes with a single wash step. Our Goat ELISA kits are based on a competitive enzyme immunoassay technique, which could expand the scope of your research to small antigens and small molecules.

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How Do I Maintain Quality Control of ELISA?

Bring out the ELISA kit from the refrigerator, and put it at room temperature for half an hour. Unpack the kits and  mix well all vials to prevent uneven aggregation or adhesion to the bottle walls. When preparing serum samples, it should be noted that the samples with thick and white lipids cannot be used. The tissue samples must be rinsed to clean the blood and ground sufficiently. Please note that there should be no bubbles in the microplate, and the sample amount should be kept consistent. The bottom of the microplate should be wiped clean, otherwise the dust will affect the result reading. In addition, each experiment should be carried out with at least one standard curve and duplicated experiment for each samples to eliminate accidental errors. The quality control experiment usually include linearity, specificity, recovery, intra and inter assay CV, stability, sensitivity, etc.

How To Raise Goats For Laboratory Research?

Goats are mainly raised by grazing and enclosure. Grazed feeding can save the costs of forage, equipment, etc. And the feeding cost is low, but it is affected by climate and season. 

Therefore, it is recommended to breed goats in captivity so that they can develop in a balanced way. And the feed utilization rate is relatively high, which is easy to form scale, and the commodity rate is high. Breeding rams require the high nutritive value of feed, sufficient high-quality protein, vitamins, and inorganic salts, easy digestion, and good palatability. In the nonbreeding period, high-quality green hay and a small amount of fresh green and juicy feed are regularly fed twice a day. At the same time, each adult breeding ram is fed with 0.3kg of full-price formula feed every day. The daily grazing time is 6~8 hours to be allowed ad libitum to feed themselves. Rams can be formally put into breeding production at the age of one year.

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