Elana Swartzman

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We have developed a simple, homogeneous bead-based immunoassay for use with fluorometric microvolume assay technology (FMAT). The FLISA (fluorescence-linked immunosorbent assay) can be easily adapted from existing immunoassays, is comparable to traditional ELISAs with respect to linear dynamic range and sensitivity, and can be readily performed in 96- and(More)
The correlation of gene and protein expression changes in biological systems has been hampered by the need for separate sample handling and analysis platforms for nucleic acids and proteins. In contrast to the simple, rapid, and flexible workflow of quantitative PCR (qPCR) methods, which enable characterization of several classes of nucleic acid biomarkers(More)
The capability to reprogram human somatic cells to induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) has opened a new area of biology and provides unprecedented access to patient-specific iPSCs for drug screening, disease models, and transplantation therapies. Although the process of obtaining iPSC lines is technically simple, reprogramming is a slow and inefficient(More)
High-throughput screening (HTS) for potential anticancer agents requires a broad portfolio of assay platforms that may include kinase enzyme assays, protein-protein binding assays, and functional cell-based apoptosis assays. The authors have explored the use of fluorometric microvolume assay technology (the FMAT 8100 HTS System) in three distinct(More)
We have developed a fluorescence-based mix and read method for the quantitative determination of receptor-ligand binding interactions. This method was used to determine IC(50) values for peptide ligands of two endogenous seven-transmembrane receptors that are expressed in cultured human cancer cells. Substance P, neurokinin A, and galanin were labeled with(More)
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