Video Tutorial Series: ELISA Project Management Folder

Our sixth and final video of the Video Tutorial Series reviews the ELISA Projects Tab.  Once you add any raw ELISA data and click Save and Fit, a project file is created in this folder and is available for editing.  You can Edit the Project Name, Operator, add which Instrument you used and even leave Comments.  Remember, every time you click Save and Fit your ELISA project will be updated and will be ready to view at any time in the Projects tab.

Save one or multiple non-linear regression curve projects in!

Check out the rest of the Video Tutorial Series:

Importing Your ELISA Data

Save and Fit ELISA Curves

ELISA Curve Fit Tab

ELISA Replicates Tab

ELISA Reporting



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Our Video Tutorial Series continues with the fifth video in which we explore the Reports Tab. You can view your ELISA results within and sort by replicate groups (if applicable) or individual wells.

You can sort your ELISA data in a tabular format by:

  • Sample Name
  • Response Mean
  • Response %CV
  • Response SD
  • Calculated Mean
  • Calculated %CV
  • Calculated SD
  • And more!

Export your non-linear regression curve data in a variety of formats and you’re on your way to publishing results!

View your ELISA analysis results in today!

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Importing Your ELISA Data

Save and Fit ELISA Curves

ELISA Curve Fit Tab

ELISA Replicate Groups Tab

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The Video Tutorial Series‘ fourth video goes over the Replicates Tab.  Learn how to create ELISA replicate groups within using our easy drag-and-drop feature. Renaming your replicate groups couldn’t be easier!

Try grouping replicate standards or replicate unknowns from your non-linear regression curves at! Check out the rest of the Video Series: Importing Your ELISA Data Save and Fit ELISA Curves ELISA Curve Fit Tab

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Our third Video Tutorial demonstrates every feature in the Curves Tab within The previous Video Tutorial explained how to generate a curve using non-linear regression models, such as the 4PL and 5PL.  Today, we will go over how to view your ELISA curve points and unknown points, where to find the Coefficient of Determination (R-squared) and the Root Mean Square Error (RMSE) statistics. We will also go through changing the views of both x- and y-value axes on your non-linear regression curve and recapitulate the Curve Point Data table.

View your non-linear regression curves for ELISA analysis now in!

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Importing Your ELISA Data

Save and Fit Non-linear Curves

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The Video Tutorial Series continues with a demonstration of how to manually fit curves or use the Best Fit feature. If you have predetermined curve-fit parameters, like the 4 Parameter Logistic (4PL) non-linear regression model, you will be able to manually select your parameters within the Save & Fit Curve menu. Our second video of this series will also go over the Best Fit feature, which iteratively goes through all combinations of model equations and weighting algorithms and selects the best one for your data.

Play with the ELISA curve-fitting features using your own data in!

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Check out our first topic of our Video Tutorial Series that shows you how to import your ELISA data into  This video demonstrates how to manually import and copy-and-paste your response values (e.g. OD, absorbance, fluorescence intensities) and independent values (known concentrations).


Now you can quickly set up your ELISA analysis at!


MasterPlex ReaderFit Video Series: Linking ELISA Unknowns to Multiple Standard Curves

Many ELISA users have multiple standard curves on a given ELISA plate run. Learn how MasterPlex ReaderFit can link particular unknown samples or replicate groups to the corresponding standard curve in a multi-curve ELISA plate run by watching the 15th video of the MasterPlex ReaderFit video series.

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MasterPlex ReaderFit Video Series: ELISA Quality Control Manager

Validating your ELISA data is essential! You know it, we know it.  That is why MasterPlex ReaderFit offers a Quality Control Manager that allows you to set up thresholds to flag wells outside of specified ranges and/or mark them as outliers.  You can also flag wells automatically using the Lower Limit of Detection (LLOD), Upper Limit of Quantitation (ULOQ) or by setting up %CV threshold.  Even flag extrapolated values! The 14th video of the MasterPlex ReaderFit video series shows how to go through Quality Control for your ELISA data.


MasterPlex ReaderFit Video Series: Quick ELISA Analysis Templates

We understand it takes time to complete an ELISA project.  After you run your plate and obtain your data you still have to analyze it and create graphs and reports for your results.  You can save lots of time by setting up templates for your analysis so that you can quickly get back to YouTube, err, PubMed.  MasterPlex ReaderFit allows you to save your sample layout and analysis parameters, report formats, and graph templates so that you can quickly apply them to view your results.  Set it up the first time and apply it each and every time after the first run.  The 13th video of the MasterPlex ReaderFit series demonstrates how to set up multiple templates with our Template Manager.


Hitachi and OpGen Agree to Develop Human Chromosome Mapping Analytical Service

Gaithersburg, Md. and Tokyo, Japan-October 16, 2013- OpGen, Inc., a leading genetic analysis company, and Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation today announced an agreement to develop a comprehensive human chromosome mapping analytical service for clinical research applications by a combination of OpGen’s market-leading Whole Genome MappingTM technology and Hitachi High-Technologies’ and Hitachi group’s cloud-based systems. This service will include bioinformatics tools to complete human genome sequence and detect and analyze structural variations in human chromosomes.

“Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation is a global technology leader, and we are pleased to partner with them to create an integrated solution for human genome analysis that captures important structural variation information” said Douglas White, chief executive officer of OpGen, Inc. “The resulting human chromosome mapping service will enable OpGen to continue its expansion into clinical research with the potential to develop diagnostic applications for diseases based on patient’s genetic information.”

Under the terms of this agreement, Hitachi High-Technologies will fund development and the companies will work together to combine the strengths of their proprietary technologies. OpGen’s Whole Genome MappingTM provides a unique view into structural variation in human chromosomes and offers a more accurate and complete analysis of the human genome than next generation sequencing data alone can provide. Many structural variations are associated with cancer, autism, Alzheimer’s disease, and many other cognitive disorders. This type of genetic information will enable development of new therapies, and eventually will empower the broader healthcare community to diagnose and guide treatment decisions based on a patient’s genetic profile.

Hitachi High-Technologies with recognized experience and achievements through DNA sequencer business in life science and translational research market has been developing the cloud platform for human genome data analysis with Hitachi Solutions, in Foster City, California. The human genome cloud platform will enable secure entry portals for researchers, clinicians, and eventually patients to access Whole Genome MappingTM data, human chromosome analytical tools, and ultimately clinically actionable data. As part of the service, Hitachi High-Technologies will also add human DNA sequence analytical tools, which complement Whole Genome MappingTM to provide complete genetic evaluation of human chromosomes.

“This partnership leverages our development of cloud-based informatics platform and provides enabling and proven technology for human genetic analysis,” said Takashi Matsuzaka, senior vice president and executive officer, CTO of Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation. “This is a great example of how Hitachi High-Technologies is continuously enhancing our healthcare informatics offerings for customers worldwide by partnering our technologies with other innovative companies, such as OpGen.”

Hitachi Solutions America, Ltd. will provide cloud infrastructure for Human Chromosome Mapping services and will be attending American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting this year from October 22nd through the 26th in Boston. We will discuss the details about the partnership between Hitachi Solutions America, Hitachi High-Technologies and OpGen at ASHG2013 at booth #811. We will also be discussing our cloud-based infrastructure and data-management platform, being called the Human Genome Data Infrastructure. Stop by the booth to qualify for one of these great prizes.

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