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What matters most when developing a plate-based assay?
 
Base Pair is currently developing plate-based assays using aptamers in place of antibodies. We'd like to learn more about your targets of interest and which assay features and performance criteria are most important to you. Take this brief, 10-question survey and tell us what you're looking for in a plate-based assay.
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Thank you in advance for completing the survey. Your time and input are greatly appreciated.

*Void where prohibited. Survey must be completed in full to be entered. One entry per person. Winner will be drawn on Friday, February 2nd and will be contacted via e-mail.

Please indicate your primary use of plate-based assays.

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* 1. Please indicate your primary use of plate-based assays.

What types of plate-based assay detection can you perform? Please select all that apply.

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* 2. What types of plate-based assay detection can you perform? Please select all that apply.

What type of detection do you prefer?

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* 3. What type of detection do you prefer?

Please indicate analytes of highest interest to you for plate-based assay development. Select up to three.

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* 4. Please indicate analytes of highest interest to you for plate-based assay development. Select up to three.

  1st Choice 2nd Choice 3rd Choice
Antibody
Bacteria
Industrial Chemical or Additive
Peptide
Protein
Metabolite
Small Molecule Drug
Virus
I am not interested in a specific analyte
Other
Which specific targets / analytes are of most interest to you for new assay development?

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* 5. Which specific targets / analytes are of most interest to you for new assay development?

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