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Beckman Coulter ODR3021 Olympus Serum Protein Multi Calibrator


Brand: Beckman Coulter
Manufacturer SKU: ODR3021
Analyzer Type: Hematology Analayzer
Analyzer Series: Access Analyzer Series
Test Name: Serum Protein
SKU: ODR3021 Category:


Beckman Coulter ODR3021 Olympus Serum Protein Multi Calibrator (Serum Protein Test) Specifications:
  • Manufacturer: Beckman Coulter ODR3021
  • Application: Calibrator
  • Container Type: Vial
  • For Use With: For Beckman Coulter Analyzers
  • Form: Ready-To-Use
  • Levels: 6 Levels
  • Test Name: Serum Protein Test:
    • IgM (immunoglobulin M)
    • IgA (immunoglobulin A)
    • IgG (immunoglobulin G)
    • Transferrin
    • complement
    • C-reactive protein (CRP)
    • Antistreptolysin O (ASO)
    • ferritin
Beckman Coulter ODR3021 Olympus Serum Protein Multi Calibrator (Serum Protein Test)

The Serum Protein Multi-Calibrator is intended to be used with the immuno-turbidimetric reagents for the quantitative determination of immunoglobulin G, immunoglobulin A, immunoglobulin M, complement 3, complement 4, transferrin, C-reactive protein, anti-Streptolysin O and ferritin on Beckman Coulter analyzers. The material is prepared from human serum with the constituent values adjusted where necessary by the addition of analytical grade chemicals and appropriate serum proteins. For in-vitro diagnostic use only.
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Beckman Coulter ODR3021 Olympus Serum Protein Multi Calibrator Serum Protein Test IgM immunoglobulin MIgA immunoglobulin A IgG immunoglobulin G Transferrin complement C reactive protein CRP Antistreptolysin O ASO ferritin | JIT4You Clinical Lab Consumables
Beckman Coulter ODR3021 Olympus Serum Protein Multi Calibrator Serum Protein Test
  • IgM or immunoglobulin M antibodies are the first immunoglobulins your body makes after you’re exposed to germs. They provide short-term protection while your body makes other antibodies. IgM antibodies are in your blood and lymph fluid (a watery fluid that carries the cells that fight infections and diseases to all parts of your body).
  • IgG or or immunoglobulin G antibodies are very important for fighting infections from bacteria and viruses. Most of the immunoglobulins in your blood are IgG. You also have some IgG antibodies in all your body fluids. Your body keeps a “blueprint” of all the IgG antibodies you have made. That way, if you’re exposed to the same germs again, your immune system can quickly make more antibodies.
  • IgA or immunoglobulin A antibodies protect your respiratory tract (the organs you use to breathe) and your digestive system (the organs you use to eat and digest food) from infections. You have IgA antibodies in your blood, saliva, and gastric “juices.”
  • A complement blood test measures the amount or activity of complement proteins in the blood. Complement proteins are part of the complement system. This system is made up of a group of proteins that work with the immune system to identify and fight disease-causing substances like viruses and bacteria.There are nine major complement proteins. They are labeled C1 through C9. Complement proteins may be measured individually or together. C3 and C4 proteins are the most commonly tested individual complement proteins. A CH50 test (sometimes called CH100) measures the amount and activity of all the major complement proteins.If the test shows that your complement protein levels are not normal or that the proteins aren’t working with the immune system as well as they should, it can be a sign of an autoimmune disease or other serious health problem.
  • Transferrin test — directly measures the protein level in the blood. The level depends upon liver function and your nutritional status. Transferrin, a protein that may decrease during any inflammatory process, is referred to as a negative acute phase reactant
  • The C-reactive protein (CRP) test is used to find inflammation in your body. Inflammation could be caused by different types of conditions, such as an infection or autoimmune disorders like rheumatoid arthritis or inflammatory bowel disease. This test measures the amount of CRP in your blood.
  • Antistreptolysin O (ASO) titer is a blood test to measure antibodies against streptolysin O, a substance produced by group A streptococcus bacteria. Antibodies are proteins our bodies produce when they detect harmful substances, such as bacteria
  • The ferritin blood test measures the level of ferritin in the blood. Ferritin is a protein inside your cells that stores iron. It allows your body to use the iron when it needs it. A ferritin test indirectly measures the amount of iron in your blood.