Download this case study to learn how completely automating a process, like an ELISA assay, can significantly reduce manual interaction and scale up throughput, courtesy of Automata.
Is it possible to significantly scale up your throughput with automation? For example, can you scale up enough to run 110 microplates per 8 hour shift for an ELISA assay? At a clinical research organization, end-to-end automation of an ELISA process led to:
- Scaling up from 50 to 110 plates per day, serving more clients without hiring more staff
- Reduced human error, due to limited number of manual steps
- Improved quality and quantity of data, allowing for investment in machine learning platforms to analyze the data
- Staff retention, since automation reduced and replaced repetitive, manual tasks with more engaging work