Sodium ( Single Reagent )
Sodium is the major cation of extracellular fluid. It plays a central role in the maintenance of the normal distribution of water and the osmotic pressure in the various...
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Aspartate aminotransferase ( GOT / AST / ASAT )
Kinetic UV method according to IFCC specifications. Single liquid stable reagent.
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Magnesium ( Calmagite )
Magnesium is the second more abundant intracellular cation of the human body after potassium, being essential in great number of enzymatic and metabolic processes. Is a cofactor of all...
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Creatine Phosphokinase (MB) ( CPK – MB )
Creatine kinase (ATP: Creatine N-phosphotransferase, EC2.7.3.2) is a dimeric enzymecomposed of two types of monomer subunits, M (Muscular) and B (Brain). The subunits combine to form three distinct CK...
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LDL – Cholesterol ( Direct )
Liquid Direct Enzymatic colorimetric method
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Anti – D IgG & IgM
Monoclonal antibodies are derived from hybridoma cell lines, created by fusing mouse antibody producing B lymphocytes with mouse myeloma cells or are derived from a human cell line through...
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Chloride
Chloride is the most abundant extracellular anion. Together with natrium-chloride is responsible for the maintenance of osmotic pressure, the anion-cation balance and therefore of the water distribution in the...
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Creatinine (Fixed Rate)
Kinetic colorimetric method (Fixed rate) Jaffé reaction without deproteinization.
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Uric Acid
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