OptiMidas™ Microarray Platform Technology
Nirmidas OptiMidas™ Microarray Platform Technology is an all-in-one system for biomarker fluorescence detection. It combines plasmonic gold slides (pGOLD™ slides), MidaScan-IR™ or MidaScan™ Scanners, and multiplexed ELISA-like Assay kits to deliver biomarker detection of protein microarray and imaging assays.
OPTIMIDAS™ PGOLD™ Applications
Application areas include DNA, RNA, and Protein Microarrays, cell/tissue imaging, Immunohistochemistry (IHC), Single Molecule Imaging, and ELISPOT
Nirmidas provides all-inclusive kits, which may include dye-labeled detection antibodies, standard controls, diluents, and pGOLD™ biochips.
Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (FISH), Förster resonance energy transfer (FRET), Fluorescence Recovery After Photobleaching (FRAP), Immunofluorescence Assays, Cellular Assays and more.
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Introduction to MidaScan™
All-in-one system for biomarker flurescence dection