NGAL Fast Test Kit (Immunofluorescence Assay)

NGAL Fast Test Kit (Immunofluorescence Assay)

  • -  Simple, easy to use; 
  • -  Fast, results in 10 minutes; 
  • -  Easy to read results; 
  • -  Use whole blood, serum, plasma or urine; 
  • -  Room temperature storage;
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Summary

NGAL Fast Test Kit (Immunofluorescence Assay)is intended for use together with Getein1100 Immunofluorescence Quantitative Analyzer (Getein 1100) OR Getein1600 Immunofluorescence Quantitative Analyzer (Getein 1600) to quantitatively determine the concentrations of NGAL in human urine specimen in Point-of Care and laboratory settings. The test uses the fluorescent conjugated anti-human NGAL polyclonal antibodies to detect any NGAL appeared in urine samples. The fluorescence intensity of the test line increases proportionally to the amount of NGAL in a sample.

Then insert test card into Getein1100. The concentration of NGAL in a sample will be determined and displayed on the screen. The value will be stored in Getein1100 and available for downloading. The result can be easily transmitted to the laboratory or hospital information system.


Package

1) For Getein1100

A box package contains 25 tests:

 Foil bag, which contains one test card and one desiccant

25

 Disposable pipet

25

 Manual

1

 SD card

1

 Sample diluent

25


2) For Getein1600

A box package contains 24/48 tests:

 Box package, which contains 24/48 strip cassettes

1

 Manual

1

 Whole blood buffer (60ml)

1







Products Code for Getein1100: IF 1010

Products Code for Getein1600: IF 2010

Detection Method: fluorescent dye, a quantitative test for use with the Getein1100 Immunofluorescence Quantitative Analyzer

Detection Range: 50~1500 ng/ml

Cut-off Value: 135 ng/ml

Sample Type: plasma or whole blood in Sodium Citrate/EDTA, serum, urine.

Reaction Time: yields results in about 10 minutes.

Storage Temperature: 4-30°C

Self Time: 24 months. Use the test card within 1 hour once the foil bag is opened


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