CircuLex S100A9/MRP14 ELISA Kit
CircuLex S100A9/MRP14 ELISA Kit.
- 10xWash Buffer
- Sample Dilution Buffer
- Standard Dilution Buffer
- Human S100A9 Standard
- HRP conjugated Detection Antibody
- Substrate Reagent
- Stop Solution
The CircuLex Research Product S100A9/MRP14 ELISA Kit is used for the quantitative measurement of human S100A9/MRP14 in serum, plasma and other biological media. It can be used for 96 Assays.
|Product Type:||ELISA Kit|
|Research Area / Disease:||Immunology, Neuroscience|
|Sensitivity:||better than 6.55 pg/ml of sample.|
|Measurement Range:||Dilution factors need to be taken into consideration in calculating the human S100A9/MRP14 concentration. Results exceeding human S100A9/MRP14 level of 16 ng/ml should be repeated with diluted samples.|
|Regulatory Statement:||For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.|
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