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CIC (C1-q) EIA Auto-Immune Markers 001-EK-CIC Circulating Immune Complexes

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Company ALPCO Diagnostics
Item CIC (C1-q) EIA Auto-Immune Markers 001-EK-CIC Circulating Immune Complexes
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Description Circulating Immune Complexes from patient serum or plasma, standards and controls are incubated with human C1q absorbed onto microtiter wells. After a washing step, an alkaline phosphatase labeled conjugate is added, which binds to the Fc region of human IgG. After another washing step, the enzyme substrate is pipetted followed by a stopping step. The absorption is measured at 405 nm.
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