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ColorzymeHEp-2000 ANA

ProductsColorzymeHEp-2000 ANA
Company Immuno Concepts N.A. Ltd.
Item ColorzymeHEp-2000 ANA
Features 
  • Enhanced detection of SS-A/Ro autoantibodies
  • An immunoenzyme technique using a patented color reagent system
  • Results can be read on a standard light microscope
  • Stable color reaction allows for storage of slides for later review
  • Uses the same HEp-2000 substrate as our fluorescent test system
  • Easy to read sharp clear patterns
  • Description HEp-2000 ANA uses a patented HEp-2 cell line that has been genetically engineered to increase the sensitivity to SS-A/Ro autoantibodies, without affecting the other ANA patterns seen. Several independent studies have been published worldwide on the HEp-2000 ANA substrate, which show increased sensitivity to SS-A/Ro autoantibodies when used in place of standard HEp-2 cells as the routine ANA screening test. Colorzyme HEp-2000 uses a patented color reagent system that eliminates the variability seen with fluorescent methods such as type of light source, filters and extraneous room light.
    Info Immuno Concepts N.A. Ltd.
    Customer Service: (916) 363-2649
    Web site: http://www.immunoconcepts.com

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