We focus on rapid, easy-to-use, lateral-flow immunoassays. We develop the crucial reagents, such as gold sols, gold conjugates, gold ribbon, etc. that are the backbone of any high-performance lateral-flow device. Superior reagents, coupled with our development and manufacturing expertise, yield superior assays.
BioAssay Works, LLC (BAW) powers the development of the finest rapid immunoassays. Utilizing our high sensitivity concentrated gold sols, high-performance gold conjugates, and our patented lateral-flow test platform, BAW develops and manufactures rugged lateral-flow tests that rival the sensitivity of ELISA. These tests can be read visually for quick positive/negative results or with simple instruments for more quantitative results.
BAW offers a growing line of products that enable researchers and assay developers to create their own rapid assays. In addition, we are the assay-development partner-of-choice for both early-stage and established companies. We have the capability to manufacture and package your rapid assay, regardless of the volume required.
Why Choose BioAssay Works?
PERFORMANCE – Our gold sols, critical for assay sensitivity, work better. Improved sensitivity, fewer steps—no centrifugation required—to a completed assay. Our patented assay platform works better. Samples are exposed to conjugate pads for longer, allow better mixing and better results. We empower the DIY developer with the high-performance reagents necessary to make great assays!
RESPONSIVENESS – We strive for the highest levels of responsiveness to our customers. This means better communication, faster turnaround times, and exceptional customer satisfaction.
RESULTS – Our development and manufacturing capabilities offer you a turnkey option for assay development. We can develop, manufacture, package, and label completed tests that meet your specifications.
BAW has developed a wide variety of assays for our clients, including assays for:
In-process testing of pharmaceutical products
Food allergens and agricultural targets
Pathogens and toxins
Characterization and quantification of monoclonal antibodies