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Dynex Demonstrates Automated, High Throughput Agility ELISA System at AACC 2021

By LabMedica International staff writers
Posted on 28 Sep 2021
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Image: DYNEX Agility® (Photo courtesy of Dynex Technologies)
Image: DYNEX Agility® (Photo courtesy of Dynex Technologies)

Dynex Technologies (Chantilly, VA, USA) demonstrated its automated, high throughput Agility ELISA system at the 2021 AACC Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo.

The event held at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, September 26-30 showcased the cutting-edge science and technology shaping the future of laboratory medicine.

Dynex is a leading designer and manufacturer of fully automated ELISA microplate workstations, laboratory instruments and associated consumables and accessories. From industry leading DSX and DS2 systems to the revolutionary Agility with SmartKit technology, Dynex is the leader in ELISA automation.

At AACC 2021, Dynex demonstrated its Agility fully integrated automated ELISA system that delivers high throughput with continuous plate loading flexibility for routine microplate testing. The fully automated platform allows users to optimize ELISA more than ever before, using electronic processing that provides premium precision with minimal manual operation. The technology relies on three precision robotic arms to accomplish the necessary tasks of sample pipetting, reagent pipetting and plates transporting.

The DYNEX AGILITY utilizes the proven versatility of ELISA’s core technology in a powerful, fully automated platform, for true ELISA optimization. Advanced robotic processing delivers unparalleled precision while eliminating nearly all manual steps, so AGILITY is efficient and reliable – freeing labs and their staff to be as productive as possible, while significantly reducing their cost per test.

Advanced robotics and direct-load reagent capability using innovative SmartKits provides operational efficiency. Agility Software offers sample serial dilution programming and run-time dilution capability ideal for COVID-19 Ab neutralization assays and other titer type assays. Automated onboard synchronization of sample dispense, and programmable wash cycles, help deliver high quality results. Quantitative or qualitative assays, with percentage inhibition calculations, can be fully automated with ease.

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