Human Angiostatin K1-3 ELISA Kit (DEIA10801)

Regulatory status: For research use only, not for use in diagnostic procedures.

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Size
96T
Sample
serum, plasma, cell culture supernatants
Species Reactivity
Human
Intended Use
The Human Angiostatin K1-3 ELISA Kit is suitable for the quantitative detection of human Angiostatin K1-3 in serum, plasma and cell culture supernates.
Contents of Kit
1. 96-well plate precoated with anti-human Angiostatin K1-3 antibody: 1
2. Lyophilized recombinant human Angiostatin K1-3 Standard: 10 ng/tube x 2
3. Biotinylated anti-human Angiostatin K1-3 antibody: 130 μL (dilution 1: 100)
4. Avidin-Biotin-Peroxidase Complex (ABC): 130 μL (dilution 1: 100)
5. Sample diluent buffer: 30 mL
6. Antibody diluent buffer: 12 mL
7. ABC diluent buffer: 12 mL
8. TMB color developing agent: 10 mL
9. TMB stop solution: 10 mL
Storage
Store at 4°C for 6 months, at -20°C for 12 months. Avoid multiple freeze-thaw cycles (Shipped with wet ice.)
Detection Range
156 pg/mL-10,000 pg/mL
Standard Curve

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References


Rare earth mineral diversity controlled by REE pattern shapes

MINERALOGICAL MAGAZINE

Authors: Anenburg, Michael

The line connecting rare earth elements (REE) in chondrite-normalised plots can be represented by a smooth polynomial function using lambda shape coefficients as described by O'Neill (2016). In this study, computationally generated lambda combinations are used to construct artificial chondrite-normalised REE patterns that encompass most REE patterns likely to occur in natural materials. The dominant REE per pattern is identified, which would lead to its inclusion in a hypothetical mineral suffix, had this mineral contained essential REE. Furthermore, negative Ce and Y anomalies, common in natural minerals, are considered in the modelled REE patterns to investigate the effect of their exclusion on the relative abundance of the remainder REE. The dominant REE in a mineral results from distinct pattern shapes requiring specific fractionation processes, thus providing information on its genesis. Minerals dominated by heavy lanthanides are rare or non-existent, even though the present analysis shows that REE patterns dominated by Gd, Dy, Er and Yb are geologically plausible. This discrepancy is caused by the inclusion of Y, which dominates heavy REE budgets, in mineral name suffixes. The focus on Y obscures heavy lanthanide mineral diversity and can lead to various fractionation processes to be overlooked. Samarium dominant minerals are known, even though deemed unlikely by the computational model, suggesting additional fractionation processes that are not well described by lambda shape coefficients. Positive Eu anomalies only need to be moderate in minerals depleted in the light REE for Eu to be the dominant REE, thus identifying candidate rocks in which the first Eu dominant mineral might be found. Here, I present an online tool, called ALambdaR that allows interactive control of lambda shape coefficients and visualisation of resulting REE patterns.

New maximally disordered-High entropy intermetallic phases (MD- HEIP) of the Gd 1-x La x Sn 2-y Sb y M z (M=Li, Na, Mg): Synthesis, structure and some properties

JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS

Authors: Pavlyuk, Volodymyr; Balinska, Agnieszka; Rozdzynska-Kielbk, Beata; Pavlyuk, Nazar; Dmytriv, Grygoriy; Stetskiv, Andrij; Indris, Sylvio; Schwarz, Bjorn; Ehrenberg, Helmut

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