Human sCD23 ELISA Kit (DEIA2053)

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cell culture supernatants, serum, EDTA plasma, citrate plasma, heparin plasma
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Intended Use
The human sCD23 ELISA is an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for measurement of human sCD23.
Contents of Kit
1. 1 aluminium pouch with a Microwell Plate coated with monoclonal antibody to human sCD23
2. 1 vial ( 100 μL ) Biotin-Conjugate anti-human sCD23 monoclonal antibody
3. 1 vial ( 150 μL ) Streptavidin-HRP
4. 2 vials human sCD23 Standard lyophilized, 400 U/mL upon reconstitution
5. 1 vial Control high, lyophilized
6. 1 vial Control low, lyophilized
7. 1 vial ( 5 mL ) Assay Buffer Concentrate 20X ( PBS with 1% Tween 20 and 10% BSA )
8. 1 bottle ( 50 mL ) Wash Buffer Concentrate 20X ( PBS with 1% Tween 20 )
9. 1 vial ( 15 mL ) Substrate Solution ( tetramethyl-benzidine )
10. 1 vial ( 12 mL ) Stop Solution ( 1M Phosphoric acid )
11. 1 vial ( 0.4 mL ) Blue-Dye
12. 1 vial ( 0.4 mL ) Green-Dye
13. 1 vial ( 0.4 mL ) Red-Dye
Store kit reagents between 2-8°C. For more detailed information, please download the following document on our website.
Detection Range
12.5-400 U/mL
6.789 U/mL


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Authors: Borysowski, Jan; Miedzybrodzki, Ryszard; Przybylski, Maciej; Owczarek, Barbara; Weber-Dabrowska, Beata; Gorski, Andrzej

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