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Calculate accurate protein concentrations

Everything you need to know to draw your standard curve and calculate the concentration of your protein in your sample.

Why should I use a four parameter model to draw my standard curve? How do I calculate the coefficient of variation? Does the linearity matter? Find out by listening to our webinar.

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 Webinar topics

  • Overview of the SimpleStep ELISA® assay protocol
  • What sample types to use
  • How to set your plate layout and draw the standard curve
  • Calculate PD-L1 concentration

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About the presenter: Quentin Séry, PhD

Quentin Séry completed his Ph.D. in cancer biology at the University of Nantes in France. He worked on apoptosis and cell signaling pathways involved in the resistance to chemotherapy in Glioblastoma Multiforme. His work was especially focused on EGFR and the Bcl-2 protein family.

Quentin joined Abcam’s Commercial Operations team in 2015 as Scientific Support Specialist.