Test for determination of C-Reactive Protein (CRP) by Immuno Agglutination method.
CRP is an acute-phase protein present in normal serum, which increases significantly after most forms of tissue injuries, bacterial and virus infections, inflammation and malignant neoplasia. During tissue necrosis and inflammation resulting from microbial infections, the CRP concentration can rise up to 300 mg/L in 12-24 hours.
CRP Latex Test Procedure
The CRP-Latex is a slide agglutination test for the qualitative and semi-quantitative detection of C – Reactive Proteins (CRP) in human serum. Latex particles coated with goat IgG anti-human CRP are agglutinated when mixed with samples containing CRP.
Latex Reagent – 1 Bottle.
Positive Control – 1 Bottle.
Negative Control – 1 Bottle.
Instructions for Use.
|Procedure||Qualitative only (Slide Test) and Semi-quatitative method (Slide Test)|
|Procedure Time||2 minutes for Qualitative as well as Semi-Quantitative Method|
|Analytical Sensitivity||5 mg/L|
|Sample Type||Fresh Serum|
|Prozone Effect||Not detected upto 1600 mg/L|
|Pack Sizes||25 Test
|Storage Temperature||2- 80C|
|Shelf life||18 months|
|Kit dimensions||25 test – 85x105x145 mm.
50 test – 85x105x145 mm.
100 test – 85x105x145 mm.
|Approx. weight of kit||25 test – 64 gms.
50 test- 86 gms.
100 test – 96 gms.
|Production Capacity||600 mn ml per annum|