Serum reagent BLT00037

serum reagent
serum reagent
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serum, plasma, enzyme
diagnostic, for clinical chemistry
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Diagnostic reagent for quantitative in vitro determination of LDH in human serum and plasma. Clinical Significance: A lactate dehydrogenase (LD or LDH) test is a non-specific test that may be used in the evaluation of a number of diseases and conditions. LD is an enzyme that is found in almost all of the body's cells (as well as in bacteria) and is released from cells into the fluid portion of blood (serum or plasma) when cells are damaged or destroyed. Thus, the blood level of LD is a general indicator of tissue and cellular damage. The level of LD may also rise in other types of body fluids (e.g., cerebrospinal fluid, pleural fluid, etc.) in the presence of certain diseases. Packaging information: Product Name Method Pack Size Pack Type Product Code LDH 110 Optim. DGKCH (pyruvate) R1: 2 x 44 ml; R2: 2 x 11 ml System Pack XSYS0013 LDH 100 Optim. DGKCH (pyruvate) R1: 4 x 20 ml; R2: 1 x 20 ml Biolatest BLT00037 Technical Specification Product Name LDH-P Measuring range 43.8 - 1200 U/I Linearity 1200 U/l Wavelength 340 nm


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