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Proprietary microfluidic design provides a large surface-to-volume ratio for rapid capture of analytes with reduced incubation time and increased sensitivity, resulting in:

Up to 80% less sample size and reagent consumption (20 µL vs. 100 µL)

Significantly simplified assay steps and shorter assay time (see detailed comparison below):

Table 1. Duration of ELISA experiments for a bare 96-well plate


Table 2. Duration of ELISA experiments for a 96-well plate pre-coated with capture antibody


*Incubation times of a traditional well plate are based on IL-6 protocol of R&D systems (https://www.rndsystems.com/products/human-il-6-duoset-elisa_dy206).

Better sensitivity and dynamic range (see the chart below):


IL-6 in buffer


IL-6 in serum

Seamless integration with existing workflows and lab equipment. End-users will not be required to modify their current workflows or equipment to use our microfluidic plate.


This example is showing kit manufacturers cost savings using the MicroFluere® system in their ELISA kits.

Current With MicroFluere®
Selling Price 500 500
COGS 102 42
Gross Profit 398 458
GP Pct. 80% 92%

COGS Breakdown

Current With MicroFluere®
Reagents 80 8
Labor & Overhead 14 5
Plate (kit) 5 25
Other Materials 3 3
Total 102 41

Note: The price of the MicroFluere® plate is based on a 50-plate kit including drainage system and absorbent pads.