After purchase and activation of the 21 CFR Part 11 capabilities, the software can be used to track users and each user will have their own separate log in. Please see the Ella User Guide for more information about the 21 CFR Part 11 capabilities.
Each of the cartridge inlets are spaced the same as a 96-well ELISA plate, but the dimensions are different for each cartridge format (48-Digoxigenin, 16x4, 32x4, 32x8, or 72x1). If you need more detailed dimensions of the plate to generate your liquid handler settings, please contact Technical Service. It may require some experimentation from the end user to determine optimal settings.
Our Ella platform supports integration with Watson LIMS and also includes a Generic LIMS option for use with other LIMS interfaces. Please reference the Ella User Guide for more information regarding specific settings and export instructions.
Proceed to the following link on ProteinSimple's website:https://www.proteinsimple.com/certificates.htmlFrom here, please enter the 6-digit part number and the lot number in the fields shown. (The part number is the last 6 digits of the product code, e.g., 000126 is the part number in SPCKA-PS-000126.)
Yes. The multianalyte cartridges have separate microfluidic chambers for each analyte. These multianalyte assays are not true multiplex assays, but rather 4 single plex assays run in parallel. The antibodies do not interact, so antibody compatibility and cross-reactivity are not a factor in considering whether any two analytes are compatible.
The controls need to be frozen to ensure consistent readings between QC control aliquots. Control aliquots used fresh may give different readings in the Ella assays than aliquots that have been exposed to a freeze/thaw cycle. Some proteins are more sensitive to a single freeze/thaw than others, however our protocols have been standarized for ease of use.