qEV Isolation: The Foundation of Reproducible EV Research
For the EV field to fulfil its potential, fundamental research and translational studies must be built on a foundation of effective and reproducible EV isolation.
However, most isolation procedures isolate a subpopulation of EVs in an irreproducible manner and do not enable adequate purity to be obtained. As high purity is essential to ensuring the biomarker or functional molecule of interest is indeed within EVs, compromising on purity – and reproducibility – limits the success of the field.
For these reasons, qEV Isolation is quickly rising in popularity, and comparative studies continue to emphasise its superiority over other methods. Using size exclusion chromatography (SEC) via the qEV Isolation platform enables you to maximise reproducibility, EV purity and EV functionality, thereby streamlining isolation for diagnostic development, therapeutic studies, and fundamental EV research.