Human CRP (High sensitive) ELISA Kit (ARG80876)

$599.00

Size: 96 wells
Conjugation: HRP
Supplier: Arigo Biolaboratories

Overview


Supplier : Arigo Biolaboratories

 Production type ELISA Kits
Tested Reactivity Human
Tested Application ELISA
Specificity
Target Name CRP
Conjugation HRP
Conjugation Note Substrate: TMB and read at 450 nm
Sensitivity 0.02 ?g/ml
Detection Range
Sample Type serum, plasma
Sample Volume 10 ul
Precision

CV: <10%

Full Name C-reactive protein, pentraxin-related
Alternate Names Check alternative names for the Human CRP (High sensitive) ELISA Kit

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Application Instructions

 

Assay Time 30, 30, 10 min (RT)


Properties

 

Form 96 wells
Storage instruction Store the kit at 2-8°C. Keep microplate wells sealed in a dry bag with desiccants. Do not expose test reagents to heat, sun or strong light during storage and usage. Please refer to the product user manual for detail temperatures of the components or simply ask Antibodyplus for ELISA troublesooting.
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size

96 wells

Cat No.

ARG80876

Conjugation note

Substrate: TMB and read at 450 nm

Sensitivity

0.02 ?g/ml

Sample type

serum, plasma

Sample Volume

10 ul

Precision

CV: <10%

Target name

CRP

Assay time

30, 30, 10 min (RT)

Store at

4 Celcius degree

Storage instruction

Store the kit at 2-8 Celcius degree. Keep microplate wells sealed in a dry bag with desiccants. Do not expose test reagents to heat, sun or strong light during storage and usage. Please refer to the product user manual for detail temperatures of the components.

Background

C-Reactive Protein (CRP) is an acute-phase protein, produced exclusively in the liver. Interleukin-6 is the mediator for the synthesis by the hepatocytes of CRP, a pentamer of approximately 120.000 Daltons. CRP is present in the serum of normal persons at concentrations ranging up to 5mg/l. The protein is produced by the fetus and the neonate and it does not pas the placental barrier, as such it can be used for the early detection of neonatal sepsis. Because febrile phenoena, leukocyte count and erytrhocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) are often misleading, investigators and clinicans now prefer a quantitative CRP determination as a marker for acute inflammation and tissue necrosis. Within 6 hours of an acute inflammatory challenge the CRP level starts to rise. Serum concentration of CRP increases significantly in cases of both infectious and non-infectious inflammation, of tissue damage and necrosis and in the presence of malignant tumours. CRP is present in the active stages of inflammatory disorders like rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, Reiter’s syndrome, psoriatric arthropathy, systemic lupus erythematosus, polyarteritis, ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease. Injuries causing tissue breakdown and necrosis are associated with increases in serum CRP which are seen in thermal burns, major surgery and myocardial infarction. Widespread malignant disease with carcinoma of the lung, stomach, colon, breast, prostate and pancreas, Hodgkin’s disease, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and lymphosarcoma will give rise to high levels of CRP resulting from tissue damage by invading tumour cells. CRP, therefore may be used to monitor malignancy. The CRP-level increases dramatically following microbial infections, and this may be particularly helpful for the diagnosis and monitoring of bacterial septicemia in neonates and other immunocompromised patients at risk. In children, CRP is useful for differential diagnosis of bacterial and viral meningitis. Because the biological half-life of this protein is only 24 hours, CRP accurately parallels the activity of the inflammation process and the CRP concentration decreases much faster than ESR1,2 or any other acute phase parameter, which is particularly useful in monitoring appropriate treatment of bacterial diseases with antibiotics. C-Reactive Protein measurements during the early and late post transplant period of bone marrow and organ transplantations is particularly useful in the management of interfering infections in these immunosuppressed patients.

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