|High Sensitivity PGIPGII Quantitative Detection Kit （TRFIA）
|Whole Blood, Plasma, Serum
|Place Of Origin:
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High sensitivity cFDA approved PGIPGII Quantitative Detection Kit (TRFIA)
1. Product Description
The pepsinogenI/ pepsinogen II combined detection kit (time-resolved fluorescence immunochromatography) was used to quantitatively determine the concentration of pepsinogen I, pepsinogen II in serum, plasma and whole blood based on Time Resolved Fluorescence Immunochromatographic Assay.
The sample detection solution and blood samples were mixed and added to the reagent card. The sample (PGI/PGII) was combined with the mouse anti-human pepsinogen I monoclonal antibody microsphere fluorescent probe, mouse anti-human pepsinogen II monoclonal antibody nano-microsphere fluorescent probe on the marker pad to form a complex and the monoclonal antibody containing mouse anti-human pepsinogen I, mouse anti-human pepsinogen II was detected on the nitrocellulose membrane by capillary action chromatography and captured, Form a double antibody sandwich complex (that is, monoclonal antibody-to-test-mab nano-microsphere fluorescent probe complex). As a result, the more PG, PGII in the sample, the more the double antibody sandwich complex accumulates. The excess unreacted Mono-anti-nano-microspheres fluorescence probe continued to chromatography to the control line. The fluorescence intensity on the detection line is positively correlated with the concentration of the object (PGI, PGII) in the sample, and the regression equation is calculated and written into the IC card.
The Time-Resolved Fluorescence Immunoanalyzer reads the regression equation data in the IC card, tests the fluorescence intensity on the detection line, and then replaces the fluorescence intensity with the regression equation for automatic calculation, that is, the concentration of the object (PGI/PGII) in the output sample.
The combined detection kit of pepsinogen I/ pepsinogen II (time-resolved fluorescence immunoassay) is suitable for quantitative determination of pepsinogen I, pepsinogen in human serum, plasma and whole blood in vitro.
The concentration and PGI/PGII ratio of pepsinogen I (hereinafter abbreviated as PGI), pepsinogen II (hereinafter abbreviated as PGII) can be used in the diagnosis of atrophic diseases of gastric fundus mucosa, such as superficial gastritis, erosive gastritis, gastric ulcer, duodenal ulcer, atrophic gastritis, etc. Pepsinogen (PG) is an inactive precursor of pepsin (proteolytic enzyme) in gastric juice, Immunology can be divided into two types: pepsinogen I (PG I) and pepsinogen II (PG II). PG I secreted by the stomach glands, PG II is secreted by the gastric fundus gland, cardia gland, pyloric gland and Brunner gland. In the process of gastric mucosal atrophy, A decrease in the number of cells that secrete PG I, Hyloric gland cell proliferation, As a result, the PGI/PGII ratio is reduced. In clinical laboratory diagnosis, The common methods for detecting PGI and PGII are chemiluminescence and colloidal gold immunochromatography.
|High sensitivity cFDA approved PGIPGII Quantitative Detection Kit (TRFIA)
|Whole blood, Plasma, Serum
|Place of Origin
|Suzhou, Jiangsu, China
|Negotiable, Accept small quantity
|Depends on the order, 1~15 working days
|Best to inquire for shipping details. We will contact you within 24 hours. Door to door service can be provided in some areas.
3. Storage conditions and expiry date?
The kit is stored in 2℃~8℃, valid for 18 months. If the use period of printing on the package is not exceeded, the product can be stored stably at temperature (20℃~30℃) for 30 days. The temperature change during transportation (<37℃) has no effect on product quality. The reagent strip and the sample detection solution are used in one-to-one mode, that is, a reagent strip is matched with a bottle of sample detection solution to detect a sample. After unsealing, it can be stabilized for 1 hour at room temperature. Under normal humidity and light conditions, store and use according to the above requirements.
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