Plasma reagent ALB 440, ALB 250, ALB 500
for clinical chemistryclinicalblood sample

plasma reagent
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for clinical chemistry, clinical, blood sample, for urine samples
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Clinical Significance: Albumin, a major plasma protein, is synthesized in the liver from amino acids which are absorbed from the ileum. Its function includes regulation and distribution of extracellular fluid, transportation of various hormones, vitamins and trace metals.Increased levels are observed during dehydration due to reduced plasma water content. Even due to stasis during venipuncture which causes fluid to escape into the extravascular compartment. Decreased levels are observed during excessive protein loss (mainly albumin) - from kidney, skin or intestine. It can also occur during decreased synthesis due to dietary, hepatic disease or malabsorption or increased catabolism due to fever, untreated diabetes mellitus and hypertension. Packaging information: Product Name Method Pack Size Pack Type Product Code ALB 440 BCG R1: 10 x 44 ml System Pack XSYS0001 ALB 250 BCG R1: 5 x 50 ml; Standard: 1 x 2 ml Biolatest BLT00001 ALB 500 BCG R1: 5 x 100 ml Biolatest BLT00002 Technical Specification Product Name Albumin Measuring Range 0.1 – 7.2 g/dl Linearity 7.2 g/dl Wavelength 600 nm


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