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PLATELET Calibrator

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Reference 7011
Status RUO
Sample 50 µl citrated or CTAD whole blood
Quantity 50 tests
Assay Range 500 to 100,000 glycoproteins
Detection Fluorescent
Application Calibration kit for the measurement of platelet receptor expression level by flow cytometry
Form - Diluent, 10 fold concentrated - Negative isotypic control IgG1 - Negative isotypic control IgG2a - Negative isotypic control IgG2b - Calibrated bead suspension - Staining reagent, polyclonal anti mouse IgG-FITC
Additional information 5 calibration curves
Calibration kit for the measurement of platelet glycoprotein expression level or any other human platelet surface molecules. Platelets are stained by no wash indirect immunofluorescence with specific monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) of your choice and analyzed by quantitative flow cytometry. The expression level of the tested antigen is determined using the calibration beads.This protocol is designed for purified mouse MAbs of IgG1, IgG2a and IgG2b isotypes.
Date Document Name File size Download
2018/02/01 package insert PLATELET Calibrator - 123.05 KB Download
2010/09/01 Package insert PLATELET Calibrator - 140.4 KB Download
2010/09/01 APPENDIX PLATELET Calibrator - 115.01 KB Download
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Best D et al.GpVI levels in platelets: relationship to platelet function at high shear 2003Blood

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