White Paper: Utility and Application of the VeriKine-HS Human Interferon Beta Serum ELISA


  • Multiple Sclerosis and IFN-β
  • IFN-β and Pharmacokinetics (PK)
  • IFN-β as an Anti-tumor Immunotherapeutics
  • IFN-β and TLR therapeutics
  • VeriKine-HS Human Interferon Beta Serum ELISA performance


Interferon Beta (IFN-β), has long been known to function as an inhibitor of viral replication as part of the body’s innate antiviral response. IFN-β is also widely used as a treatment for Multiple Sclerosis patients, either as a single agent or as part of a combinatorial approach. In addition, with the resurgence of interest in antitumor immunity as a promising treatment approach for several types of cancer, there has been renewed focus on applying IFN-β as a therapy due to the anti-tumor and immunomodulatory properties of the protein. Furthermore, ligation of Toll-Like Receptors (TLRs) leads to IFN-β production and, as novel TLR agonists and antagonists are being developed as therapeutics for several diseases, this warrants the monitoring of IFN-β as a downstream readout for compound effectiveness. A phenomenon often observed with cytokines is their ability to exert opposing effects in different contexts. Therefore, during clinical trials it is crucial to monitor IFN-β levels in order to ensure a desirable outcome is obtained.


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