S-100 β ELISA - Cosmo Bio Co.,Ltd.

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S-100 β ELISA

Catalog No.: YII-YK151-EX
Size: 1KIT
Price: ¥76000
$1014
antigen/source: S-100 β
catalog info: Catalog 2012-p113
Storage: 4C
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Immunogen: Human
Reacts with: Human
Mouse
Rat
Measurement Range: 0.078 - 5 ng/mL
Purpose: This ELISA kit is used for quantitative determination of S-100 in plasma sample. The kit is characterized by sensitive quantification and high specificity. In addition, it is not influenced by other components in plasma sample and needlessness of sample pre-treatment.
component: Antibody: X
Plate: X
Coating: X
Control: -
Standard: X
Labeling: X
Substrate: X
Others: X
1. Antibody coated plate 1 plate (96 wells)
2. S-100 β Standard 1 vial (5 ng )
3. Labeled antibody solution 1 bottle (11 mL )
4. SA-HRP solution 1 bottle (11 mL )
5. Substrate buffer 1 bottle (26 mL )
6. OPD tablet 2 tablets
7. Stopping solution 1 bottle (11 mL )
8. Buffer solution 1 bottle (20 mL )
9. Washing solution 1 bottle (50 mL )
10. Adhesive foil 4 pieces

Other:

 Supplementary 
Sandwich
 Applicable sample 
Plasma
[Other]
S-100 protein has a molecular weight of 21K Dalton and is consist of two subunits, chain and chain. It is known that combination of these subunits is different from the location in human body. S-100҃ is localized in glial cell and schwann cell, S-100у in glial cell and S-100у in striated muscle, heart and kidney. It was reported that the concentration of S-100 in cerebrospinal fluid was an useful marker for diagnosis of the degree of brain damage after head injury, cerebral hemorrhage and ischemic stroke. Recently another report described that the increasing of S-100 in blood correlated to the degree of brain damage after cerebral ischemia, infarction, hemorrhage and severe head injury.


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