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AACC Annual Scientific Meeting and Clinical Lab Expo
ChicagoBooth No.: 3849
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DubaiBooth No.: Z5 G 42
MEDICA 2017 - World Forum for Medicine
Düsseldorf, GermanyBooth No.: 3/D35-2
69th AACC Annual Meeting and Clinical Lab Expo - July 30 - August 3, 2017
SAN DIEGO, CA, USA
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Homocysteine Enzymatic Assay kit (liquid stable), R1 : 1 x 52 mL R2: 1 X 15 ml;
The Diazyme Enzymatic Homocysteine Assay is a convenient dual vial liquid stable assay ideal for analyzers which require two part reagent systems. The assay provides a fast, accurate cost effective alternative to cumbersome and expensive immunochemical methods. The assay is offered with convenient instrument specific packaging options which eliminate reagent transfer for Olympus AU (400/600/640/680) analyzers. Accurate and reliable, the assay features excellent correlation with HPLC and Immunochemical methods with a linear range of 3 - 50 mmole/L and intra and inter %CV values of < 6%. The assay has no significant interference from lipemic and hemolytic substances and eliminates the “carry-over” interference with iron or lipase reagents that can occur with other methods. More significantly, the assay is not interfered by endogenous cystathionine and therefore can be used with confidence in patients with renal disease. Stable for 14 months from date of manufacture when stored @ 2° - 8° C.
The Diazyme Homocysteine 2 Reagent Enzymatic Assay is intended for the in vitro quantitative determination of total L-homocysteine in serum or plasma. The assay can assist in diagnosis and treatment of patients suspected of having hyperhomocysteinemia and homocystinuria.