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Angiotensin II SPIE-IA kit

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Cat No: A05880
Assays - Ache Kits
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Enzyme ImmunoAssay (EIA) is a technique to detect and quantify antigens (proteins, hormones…) or antibodies in samples. It relies on the ability of an antibody to bind a specific antigen. Either the antibody or the antigen is labelled with an enzyme wh...

: 96 wells
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Territorial Availability: Available worldwide directly through Bertin Technologies or your local distributor
Technical Warning: Check the Additional Items Required section of this kit booklet to verify if UltraPure Water (Milli-Q or equivalent) is needed for this assay
Product Overview:
Enzyme ImmunoAssay (EIA) is a technique to detect and quantify antigens (proteins, hormones…) or antibodies in samples. It relies on the ability of an antibody to bind a specific antigen. Either the antibody or the antigen is labelled with an enzyme whose substrate is a chromogen or a fluorogen converted in a measurable product (color or fluorescence).
Enzyme-linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) is a type of EIA using a solid phase (ex: microtiter plate) coated with an antigen immobilizing the molecule to detect. Over the time, scientists have extended the term ELISA to EIAs using an antibody coating the solid phase. That explains why our EIA kits using coated antibodies are also called ELISA kits.
The renin-angiotensin system is essential for the control of blood pressure. Among the different peptides resulting from the proteolytic processing of angiotensinogen, the octapeptide Angiotensin II (AII) is the major hormone involved in the pathophysiology of hypertensive diseases as it mediates vasoconstrictor action. It is the target of choice allowing proper estimation of the renin-angiotensin system.
Size: 96 wells
Shipping: Dry ice
Stability: Store at -20degrees; shelf life 2 years maximum after production
Application Media: Plasma Sample, culture supernatant|Blood collection with inhibitor cocktail; solid-phase extraction for plasma|Culture supernatants: no extraction required
Sample volume: 100 µL
Tracer: AcetylCholinesterase AChE
Detection Limit: 1 pg/mL
Standard Curve Range: 1-125 pg/mL
Custom Code: 3822000000
UNSPSC code: 41116104


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Always at the forefront of innovation and after launching on the market products incorporating in their time innovative technologies (Acetylcholinesterase tracer for EIA), this brand offers a wide and unique range of assays for biomarker Immunoassays (SPI-Bio TM) thanks to a solid knowledge acquired during the last 25 years in developping over 100 biomarkers assays.

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