Special Protein Assay testing – where does it belong?

Comparison of a dedicated standalone solution vs. general chemistry

Wednesday, September 29, 12:45 – 1:45 p.m.
Exhibit Hall, Theater 2
Supported by Binding Site


A laboratorian’s perspective on special protein assay testing data and observations, to include: clinical experiences, transitioning platforms, ease of use, and resource evaluation. An engineer’s analysis on platform performance data and observations, to include: workflow, resources needed, operational efficiency, turnaround time, and cost savings.


  • Compare workflow, efficiency, ease of use, and overall system benefits of special protein assays on a dedicated standalone solution vs general chemistry
  • Gain insights into laboratorians’ clinical experiences running special protein assay testing on different platforms
  • Understand best practices in transitioning special protein assay testing from a chemistry platform to a dedicated standalone analyzer


Darrell Majewski
Systems Product Manager, Americas
Binding Site
San Diego, CA


Amy K. Saenger, PhD, DABCC
Medical Director of Clinical Laboratories
Director of Clinical Chemistry & Point-of-Care Testing
Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN