ICAM-1 (soluble) ELISA Kit, Human

Catalog number: KHS5411

Novex™  Related applications: Protein Assays and Analysis

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Description

The ICAM-1 (soluble) Human ELISA Kit is designed to quantify levels of soluble Intercellular Adhesion Molecule-1 (ICAM-1) in cell culture supernatants, serum, plasma, urine, amniotic fluid, bile, or other body fluids. ICAM 1 functions as a ligand for LFA-1. This is an alternate product for Cat. No. KHS5412.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Specifications

Gene Aliases: BB2, CD54, P3.58
Accession Number: NM_000201.2, NP_000192.2
Shipping Condition: Wet Ice
Marker: ICAM-1
Gene ID: 3383
Species: Human
Gene Symbol: ICAM1
Sensitivity: <0.5 ng/mL
Target Gene: intercellular adhesion molecule 1
Label or Dye: HRP (Horseradish Peroxidase)
Product Size: 96 assays
Concentration: 0.625-10 ng⁄ml
Sample Volume: 10 µl
Incubation Time: 2.25 hrs
Detection Method: Colorimetric
Research Category: Immunology, Extracellular Matrix & Cell Adhesion
Sample Type (Specific): Plasma, Amniotic Fluid, Serum, Supernatants, Urine
For Use With (Equipment): Microplate Reader

Contents & storage

Pre-coated plate(s), standard or calibrator, detector antibody(s), diluents, wash buffer, substrate(s), and stop solution. Store kit at 2-8°C. See product manual for detailed contents and storage conditions for maximum stability.

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