Thermo Scientific™

Pacific Hemostasis™ FDP Assay

Catalog number: 100665
Thermo Scientific™

Pacific Hemostasis™ FDP Assay

Catalog number: 100665
Measure fibrinogen degradation products (FDP) in serum and urine with Thermo Scientific™ Pacific Hemostasis™ FDP Assay, a fast, easy-to-use latex agglutination assay used in the diagnosis of disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC), deep vein thrombosis (DVT), pulmonary embolism (PE), certain pregnancy disorders and myocardial infarction.
 
Catalog Number
100665
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Each
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2 x 100 mL
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Quantity2 x 100 mL
DescriptionGlycerine Buffered Saline
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Catalog Number
100650TS
also known as 100650
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Each
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30 Determinations
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Quantity30 Determinations
DescriptionAssay Kit
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Each
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1 x 5 mL
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Quantity1 x 5 mL
DescriptionLatex Reagent
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Unit Size
Each
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3 x 2 mL
Price (USD)
Full specifications
Quantity3 x 2 mL
DescriptionPositive and Negative Control Kit
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Catalog Number
Unit Size
Each
Quantity
30 Tubes
Price (USD)
Full specifications
Quantity30 Tubes
DescriptionSample Collection Tubes
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Catalog NumberSpecificationsUnit SizeQuantityPrice (USD)
100665Full specifications
Each2 x 100 mLRequest A Quote
Quantity2 x 100 mL
DescriptionGlycerine Buffered Saline
Unit SizeEach
100650TS
also known as 100650
Full specifications
Each30 DeterminationsRequest A Quote
Quantity30 Determinations
DescriptionAssay Kit
Unit SizeEach
100651Full specifications
Each1 x 5 mLRequest A Quote
Quantity1 x 5 mL
DescriptionLatex Reagent
Unit SizeEach
100656Full specifications
Each3 x 2 mLRequest A Quote
Quantity3 x 2 mL
DescriptionPositive and Negative Control Kit
Unit SizeEach
100654Full specifications
Each30 TubesRequest A Quote
Quantity30 Tubes
DescriptionSample Collection Tubes
Unit SizeEach
Showing 5 of 5
Features:
  • Latex sensitivity of 1ug/mL of FDP
  • No pretreatment of heparin specimen
  • No repeat testing due to false positives from heparin interference
For In Vitro Diagnostic Use.  

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