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ELISAlink.com ELISA Marketplace and Community Site Coming Soon
Date:1/11/2012

SAN DIEGO, Jan. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Today ELISAlink officially announced the January 2012 release of its online life science marketplace. ELISAlink.com will be focused on serving ELISA users by offering thousands of products, from multiple vendors, in one place. ELISA, an acronym for Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay, is an in-vitro medical device used across the world in research and clinical diagnostics. The ELISAlink marketplace will offer ELISA Kits, Antibodies, Antigens, and other assay reagents as well as related Equipment and Services from industry leading suppliers. Registered users will have access to valuable services from ELISAlink partners, including an online ELISA curve-fitting and data analysis tool and free pipette calibration services. The site will leverage the latest web applications to create a unique platform that promotes engagement and rewards its users to connect, collaborate, review and validate products, share common laboratory techniques and much more.

"When we started ELISAlink, we had a clear goal in mind: to empower the ELISA community with better tools and faster access," said David Barka, Founder of ELISAlink. "We've benchmarked some of the key strengths of successful e-commerce, networking and knowledge-base websites, tailored them to the ELISA industry and presented them on a powerful and intuitive website." ELISAlink.com will not only provide products, but also boasts its own social network, where laboratory professionals can connect and collaborate, and a community generated discussion platform with article database where researchers can seek and exchange information, advice and guidance. "I believe ELISAlink.com will reshape the way products are sourced and information is shared and lead to creative and powerful collaborations - resulting in more focus on innovation, discovery and the advancement of diagnostics overall."

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