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What is an immunoassay analyser?

Immunoassay analysers are used to detect and quantify specific substances in blood and other body fluids such as urine, Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) and saliva. These analysers utilise immunoassay methodologies such as immunoprecipitation, particle immunoassays, immunonephelometry, radioimmunoassay, enzyme immunoassay, fluorescent immunoassay, and chemiluminescent immunoassays1.

What solutions do Roche offer to ensure your immunochemistry issues are met?

Roche have solutions to detect and diagnose a broad range of infectious disease cells, bacteria, viruses and antibodies. In today’s climate, laboratories are faced with tremendous pressure to increase productivity and reduce costs, whilst striving to achieve accurate and reliable results that help improve patient outcomes and quality of care. No matter the size of your laboratory or laboratory network, Roche offers a solution to ensure your clinical chemistry and immunochemistry needs are met. 


Roche products enable unrivalled personalisation and standardisation of your laboratory processes, so different systems can be put together to create a custom set-up to suit any laboratory.


Roche helps you achieve timely, efficient, accurate, and reliable results across the whole cobas® platform of analysers. In addition, Roche provides an extensive and expanding immunochemistry test menu so you can help provide patients with the results they need, now and in the future.

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