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Alanine aminotransferase ( GPT / ALT / ALAT )
Kinetic UV method according to IFCC specifications. Single liquid stable reagent.
Aspartate aminotransferase ( GOT / AST / ASAT )
Kinetic UV method according to IFCC specifications. Single liquid stable reagent.
RPR
RF
CRP
Sodium ( Uranyl acetate )
Colorimetric method.
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 fluid compartments. The main source of body sodium is the sodium chloride contained in ingested foods. Only about one-third of...
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 the enzymatic reactions that involve the ATP and comprises of the membrane that maintains the electrical excitability of the muscular...
Potassium (Tetraphenylboron)
Potassium is the principle cation of the intracellular fluid. It is also an important constituent of the extracellular fluid due to its influence on muscle activity. Its intracellular function parallels that of its extracellular function, namely influencing acid-base balance and osmotic pressure, including water retention. l, 2 Elevated potassium...
Phosphorous ( Single Reagent )
One step colorimetric endpoint method without deproteinization.
ULTRASENSITIVE PROTEIN (M-TP)
Urine is formed by ultrafiltration of plasma across the glomerular capillary wall. Proteins with a relative molecular mass >40 000 are almost completely retained, while smaller substances easily enter the glomerular filtrate. Most CSF protein originates by diffusion from plasma across the blood-CSF barrier. Elevated levels occur as a...
Lactate Dehydrogenase ( LDH )
LDH is widely distributed in tissue, particularly, liver, muscle, and kidney. LDH in serum can be separated into five different isoenzymes based on their electrophoretic mobility. Each isoenzyme is a tetramer composed of two different subunits. These two subunits have been designated heart and muscle, based on their polypeptide...
Aspartate aminotransferase ( GOT / AST / ASAT )
Colorimetric method according to Reitman and Frankel.
Alanine aminotransferase ( GPT / ALT / ALAT )
Colorimetric method according to Reitman and Frankel
Alanine aminotransferase ( GPT / ALT / ALAT )
Kinetic UV method according to IFCC specifications. Liquid stable reagent.
Aspartate aminotransferase ( GOT / AST / ASAT )
Kinetic UV method according to IFCC specifications. Liquid stable reagent.
Glycosylated Hemoglobin
Glycosylated Hemoglobin ( GHb ) is formed continuously by the adduction of glucose by co-valent bonding to the amino-terminal valine of the hemoglobin beta chain progressively & irreversibly over a period of time & is stable till the life of the RBC. This process is slow, non enzymatic and...
Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase ( G6PD )
Kinetic determination of G6PDH activity in RBC’s.
Gamma Glutamyl Transferase ( ɣ-GT )
Kinetic method described by Szasz-Persijn using Glupa-Carboxylat. Liquid stable reagent.
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 isoenzymes, CK-BB (CK-1), CK-MB (CK-2) and CK-MM (CK-3). CK-MM is the predominant form of CK in skeletal muscle. CK-BB is...
Calcium ( Arsenazo III )
Calcium has numerous functions within the body, not only as a structural factor in bones and teeth, but also in normal neuromuscular function and the clotting of blood. The calcium content of an adult is somewhat over 1.0 kg i.e. about 2% of the body weight. Of this, 99%...
Bilirubin, ( Direct )
Bilirubin is formed in the reticuloendothelial system during the degradation of aged erythrocytes. The heme portion from hemoglobin and from other-containing proteins is removed, metabolized to bilirubin, and transported as a complex with serum albumin to the liver. This process accounts for about 80% of bilirubin formed daily. Other...
Bilirubin Total Caffiene
Bilirubin is formed in the reticuloendothelial system during the degradation of aged erythrocytes. The heme portion from hemoglobin and from other-containing proteins is removed, metabolized to bilirubin, and transported as a complex with serum albumin to the liver. This process accounts for about 80% of bilirubin formed daily. Other...
Fibriniogen
At present there are known to be at least eleven factors in circulating blood, which are required for normal haemostasis. Deficiency in any of these factors viz., Factors I, II, V, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI and XIII, results in a notable hemorrhagic condition, and the severity of the...
LDL – Cholesterol ( Direct )
Liquid Direct Enzymatic colorimetric method
HDL – Cholesterol ( Direct )
Direct Enzymatic colorimetric, Liquid.
CPK Creatine Phosphokinase
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 isoenzymes, CK-BB (CK-1), CK-MB (CK-2) and CK-MM (CK-3). CK-MM is the predominant form of CK in skeletal muscle. CK-BB is...
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 extracellular fluid compartment.Decreased plasma Cl—concentrations (hypochloremia) can result from salt-losing nephritis, persistent gastric secretion, prolonged vomiting and metabolic acidosis that...
Glucose ( GOD – PAP ) (Enzymax)
Enzymatic, colorimetric method (GOD/PAP) with glucose oxidase, and 4-aminoantipyrine. Liquid stable single reagent.
Cholesterol CHOD – PAP (Single Reagent)
Cholesterol is a steroid with a secondary hydroxyl group in the C3 position, and found in blood, bile, and brain tissue. It serves as a precursor to bile acids, steroids and vitamin D. It is synthesized in many types of tissue, but particularly in the liver and intestinal wall....
Bilirubin, Total ( DCA )
Bilirubin is formed in the reticuloendothelial system during the degradation of aged erythrocytes. The heme portion from hemoglobin and from other-containing proteins is removed, metabolized to bilirubin, and transported as a complex with serum albumin to the liver. This process accounts for about 80% of bilirubin formed daily. Other...
Bilirubin, Direct ( DCA )
Bilirubin is formed in the reticuloendothelial system during the degradation of aged erythrocytes. The heme portion from hemoglobin and from other-containing proteins is removed, metabolized to bilirubin, and transported as a complex with serum albumin to the liver. This process accounts for about 80% of bilirubin formed daily. Other...
Bilirubin ( T & D )
Bilirubin is formed in the reticuloendothelial system during the degradation of aged erythrocytes. The heme portion from hemoglobin and from other-containing proteins is removed, metabolized to bilirubin, and transported as a complex with serum albumin to the liver. This process accounts for about 80% of bilirubin formed daily. Other...
Bilirubin ( DMSO )
Bilirubin is formed in the reticuloendothelial system during the degradation of aged erythrocytes. The heme portion from hemoglobin and from other-containing proteins is removed, metabolized to bilirubin, and transported as a complex with serum albumin to the liver. This process accounts for about 80% of bilirubin formed daily. Other...
α – Amylase (Single Reagent)
Measurements of amylase are used primarily in the diagnosis and treatment of the diseases of the pancreas Amylase is found primarily in the pancreas and salivary glands. When released in the digestive tract, the enzyme hydrolyzes starch. Amylase determinations are useful in the diagnosis of diseases of the pancreas...
Alkaline Phosphatase ( ALP ) (Kinetic)
Alkaline phosphatase refers to a group of phosphatases (pH optimum approximately 10) found in almost every tissue in the body. Most alkaline phosphatase in normal adult serum is from the liver or biliary tract. Normal alkaline phosphatase levels are age dependant with young children and adolescents having much higher...
Anti – A
Monoclonal antibodies are derived from hybridoma cell lines, created by fusing mouse antibody producing B lymphocytes with mouse myeloma cells. Each hybridoma cell line produces homogenous antibodies of only one immunoglobulin class, which are identical in their chemical structure and immunological activity. Human red blood cell antigens can be...
Albumin
Albumin is a carbohydrate-free protein, representing 55 – 65% of the total plasma proteins. It is synthesized in the liver and is noted for its ability of con guration changes. It maintains the plasma colloidal osmotic pressure, transports and stores a wide variety of ligands and serves as a...
Urea (Modified Berthelot)
Enzymatic, colorimetric method (urease) modified Berthelot reaction.
Creatinine (Fixed Rate)
Kinetic colorimetric method (Fixed rate) Jaffé reaction without deproteinization.
Anti – AB
Monoclonal antibodies are derived from hybridoma cell lines, created by fusing mouse antibody producing B lymphocytes with mouse myeloma cells. Each hybridoma cell line produces homogenous antibodies of only one immunoglobulin class, which are identical in their chemical structure and immunological activity. Human red blood cell antigens can be...
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 EBV transformation. Each hybridoma cell line produces homogenous antibodies of only one immunoglobulin class, which are identical in their chemical...
Calcium (OCPC)
Calcium has numerous functions within the body, not only as a structural factor in bones and teeth, but also in normal neuromuscular function and the clotting of blood. The calcium content of an adult is somewhat over 1.0 kg i.e. about 2% of the body weight. Of this, 99%...
Anti – B
Monoclonal antibodies are derived from hybridoma cell lines, created by fusing mouse antibody producing B lymphocytes with mouse myeloma cells. Each hybridoma cell line produces homogenous antibodies of only one immunoglobulin class, which are identical in their chemical structure and immunological activity. Human red blood cell antigens can be...
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