High Sensitivity Kanamycin ELISA Test Kit (DEIA-WZ048V)

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Intended Use
High Sensitivity Kanamycin ELISA Test Kit is a competitive enzyme immunoassay for the quantitative analysis of Kanamycin in biological samples (cell lysate, urine, serum, recombinant protein, and fermentation liquid, etc.).
Store the kit at 2-8°C. The shelf life is 12 months when the kit is properly stored.
Cell Lysate-------------2ppb
Urine / Serum---------5ppb
Fermentation liquid--1ppb
Recombinant protein-1ppb
General Description
Kanamycin residue in the production of biological products may lead to abnormal reactions of human beings, thus strict MRLs have been established. This kit is a rapid test product for the determination of kanamycin residues which is sensitive, accurate and time-saving. It can considerably reduce the operation errors in the assay.
Reconstitution And Storage
IMPORTANT: All reagents should be brought up to room temperature before use (1–2 hours at 20–25°C/ 68–77°F). Solutions should be prepared just prior to ELISA test. All reagents should be mixed by gently inverting or swirling prior to use. Prepare volumes that are needed for the number of wells being run. Do not return the reagents to the original stock tubes/bottles. Using disposable reservoirs when handling reagents can minimize the risk of contamination and is recommended.
1.Preparation of 1X Wash Solution
Mix 1 volume of the 20X Wash Solution with 19 volumes of distilled water.


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