Thermo Scientific™

Total Bilirubin Reagents

Catalog number: 1245-250
Thermo Scientific™

Total Bilirubin Reagents

Catalog number: 1245-250
Determine quantity of total bilirubin in serum in vitro with Thermo Scientific™ Total Bilirubin Reagents.
 
Catalog Number
1245-250
Unit Size
Each
Description
Total Bilirubin (Diazonium Salt)
Price (USD)
Full specifications
Certifications/ComplianceCE Marked
Quantity2 x 125 mL
CE MarkerYes
DescriptionTotal Bilirubin (Diazonium Salt)
Detectable AnalytesBilirubin
Linearity0 to 340µmol/L
Methods CompatibilityEndpoint
StabilityStable Liquid
State at Room TemperatureLiquid
FormatLiquid
Sample TypeSerum
TypeReagent
Unit SizeEach
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Certifications/ComplianceCE Marked
Quantity2 x 125 mL
CE MarkerYes
DescriptionTotal Bilirubin (Diazonium Salt)
Detectable AnalytesBilirubin
Linearity0 to 340µmol/L
Methods CompatibilityEndpoint
StabilityStable Liquid
State at Room TemperatureLiquid
FormatLiquid
Sample TypeSerum
TypeReagent
Unit SizeEach
Showing 1 of 1
Bilirubin is produced from the catabolism of the heme molecule. Total bilirubin consists of both conjugated (direct) and unconjugated (indirect) fractions. Increased levels are associated with conditions causing obstruction of the bile duct, hepatitis, cirrhosis, hemolytic disorders, physiological jaundice of the newborn and several inherited enzyme deficiencies.
  • Suitable for manual use or on automated clinical chemistry analyzers
  • Applications for both sample blanking and non-sample blanking methods available on request for a wide range of automated analyzers
  • Offers at least 21 days working reagent stability and various kit sizes.

Total Bilirubin-Diazonium Salt (Product No. 1245-250):

  • Stability: Stable Liquid

Total Bilirubin-Acid Diazo (Product Nos. TR32321 and TR32326):

  • Stability: 21 Days (Working)

For In Vitro Diagnostic Use.  

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