Key Features and Values
– Same sample type can be used across all assays to simplify inclusion into routine serology work-up
– Ready to use reagents reduces hands-on time for assay preparation (1 lyophilised reagent)
– Long shelf life cost-effective solution by reducing wastage due to expired kits
– Suitable for inclusion on automated plate systems simplifies scale-up of test volume
– Supported by a complete panel of assays for supporting treatment monitoring of several forms of cancer
Immunoenzymatic colorimetric method for the quantitative determination of hNSE ELISA concentration in human serum. hNSE ELISA kit is intended for laboratory use only.
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