Thermo Scientific™

Pacific Hemostasis™ Coagulation Reference Plasmas

Catalog number: 100603
Thermo Scientific™

Pacific Hemostasis™ Coagulation Reference Plasmas

Catalog number: 100603
Establish and check factor assay reference curves with Thermo Scientific™ Pacific Hemostasis™ Coagulation Reference Plasmas. Plasmas offer Universal (UCRP), Abnormal (ACRP) and Fibrinogen Reference Plasmas to meet the needs of low and high volume coagulation testing labs.
 
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100603
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Abnormal Coagulation Reference Plasma (ACRP)
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Quantity10 X 1 mL/Pk.
DescriptionAbnormal Coagulation Reference Plasma (ACRP)
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Universal Coagulation Reference Plasma (UCRP)
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DescriptionUniversal Coagulation Reference Plasma (UCRP)
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100603Full specifications
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DescriptionAbnormal Coagulation Reference Plasma (ACRP)
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100301Full specifications
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DescriptionUniversal Coagulation Reference Plasma (UCRP)
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Universal Fibrinogen Reference Plasma is a normal human reference plasma. Analytes in this product contain clottable Protein C and Protein S. Abnormal Fibrinogen Reference Plasma is adjusted to produce coagulation factors in the abnormal range at approximately 50% of the UCRP product. Fibrinogen Reference Plasma has an assayed fibrinogen level for reference curve preparation.

UCRP and ACRP contain Factor I (Fibrinogen), Factor II (Prothrombin), Factor V, Factor VII, Factor VIII, Factor IX, Factor X, Factor XI, Factor XII, AT-III Chromogenic, vWF Antigen, Plasminogen, Protein C, Alpha-2-Antiplasmin and Protein S.

For In Vitro Diagnostic Use.  

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