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Chromogenic Kits

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Phospholipid Emulsions

Our highly stable phospholipid emulsions are suitable for use in analyses related to procoagulant and anticoagulant pathways.

References

Rossix Phospholipids

The intended use of Rossix phospholipid emulsions is as a procoagulant phospholipid source in global and specific hemostasis methods used in R&D and Quality Control.

Both phospholipid emulsions contain highly purified or synthetic sources of phosphatidylserine, phosphatidylcholine and sphingomyelin. A characteristic feature of these phospholipid emulsions is their high stability with a shelf life of 2 years at 2-8oC.

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Phospholipid-TGT

Ref PL604T

0.5 mM Phospholipid-TGT is especially suitable for use in global thrombin generation methods in the presence or absence of APC.

For determination of single pro- and anticoagulant proteins, Phospholipid-TGT is suitable for use in chromogenic methods comprising phospholipids for determination of e.g. FII, FV, FVIII, FIX, FX, Protein C and Protein S. 

Phospholipid

Ref PL052

0.25 mM Phospholipid is especially suitable for use in global NAPTT methods. A basal clotting time of about 250 s is obtained with neat or suitably diluted Phospholipid, depending upon the instrumentation used.

For determination of single pro- and anticoagulant proteins, Phospholipid is suitable for use in chromogenic methods comprising phospholipids for determination of e.g. FII, FV, FVIII, FIX, FX, Protein C and Protein S. 

News

2016-06-22 Publication in collaboration with NovoNordisk

Rosén P, Rosén S, Ezban M, Persson E.

Overestimation of N-glycoPEGylated factor IX activity in one-stage factor IX clotting assay owing to silica-mediated premature conversion to activated factor IX.

J Thromb Haemost 2016; 14: 1420-7.

  

2015-04-13 Publication in collaboration with AstraZeneca

Ann Lövgren et al. Blood Coagulation and Fibrinolysis, Characterization of thrombin derived from 

human recombinant prothrombin.

Open access: click here

  

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