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Our xTAG® and MultiCode®-RTx Technologies serve a wide range of clinical applications, including infectious disease testing, providing exceptional sensitivity and specificity, unmatched throughput flexibility, and increased assay speed.

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Our xMAP® Technology and its flexible, open-architecture design is used in a wide variety of applications, from academic and clinical research to biodefense and clinical diagnostics.


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METHODS Special Issue: Multiplexing Protocol for Evaluating Biological Interactions with Nanoparticles

A new multiplexing protocol offers guidelines for measuring immunomodulatory effects of nanoparticles used in clinical applications

Nanoparticles have the potential to deliver more targeted therapies to the exact location in the body where they’re most needed. To do this, it is essential to understand how these foreign particles interact with a patient’s body. A recent publication in the Methods journal is a big step forward, offering a protocol for evaluating the body’s immune response to nanotechnology.

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xMAP Technology makes up the basis of Luminex’s core business. This flexible technology is centered on the use of Luminex xMAP Microspheres.

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