two target-specific components determine what protein is measured

  • a specific anti-peptide antibody that captures the peptide to be measured (typically monoclonal)
  • a stable isotope labeled version of that peptide to serve as an internal standard (SIS)

Because SISCAPA assays do not interact with one another, these assays can be freely assembled in panels for various applications. 


Catalog SISCAPA Reagents

SISCAPA assay reagents, including high-affinity rabbit and mouse monoclonal anti-peptide antibodies, unlabeled and stable isotope labeled (SIS) peptides are available for a range of popular protein biomarkers. 

 

These research-use-only reagents have been optimized for use with blood samples including plasma, serum, dried blood spots and whole blood. For use in other matrices such as cerebro-spinal fluid or urine,  contact us for sample preparation support.

 

SAT has developed improved magnet plates for use in magnetic bead-based SISCAPA protocols

 

# MP001 Magnetic plate for Sample Preparation
$680.00
Magnetic plate for automated wash and elution of SISCAPA anti-peptide capture magnetic beads. Note that magnets are all positioned with the same polarity. If one of the magnets is removed from the plate and put back on again you will find it will attach to the plate in either orientation. Check to make sure you attach it in the correct orientation by holding it over another magnet on the plate. You will find that it either attracts (correct orientation) or repels. All need to be aligned the same way for the plate’s fields to work correctly

 

# MP002 Magnetic plate for Autosampler
$680.00
Magnetic plate for use in LC autosampler to prevent magnetic beads from entering fluidic system. Note that magnets are all positioned with the same polarity. If one of the magnets is removed from the plate and put back on again you will find it will attach to the plate in either orientation. Check to make sure you attach it in the correct orientation by holding it over another magnet on the plate. You will find that it either attracts (correct orientation) or repels. All need to be aligned the same way for the plate’s fields to work correctly.