Alpha-Amilase (alfa-amilase)ELISA Kit Salivar

96 ou 480 testes
Análises Salivares

Os kits da Salimetrics são desenvolvidos e especificamente designados para a pesquisa com SALIVA, e trazem resultados precisos e acurados para os biomarcadores nela presentes.

Kit ELISA designado para a determinação quantitativa de alpha-amilase em amostras de saliva.

  • Volume de amostra: 10 µL, 8 µL of X200 dilution
  • Sensibilidade: 0.4 U/mL
  • Tempo de ensaio: 30 minutos
  • Faixa de detecção: 5.1 - 500 pg/mL
  • Testes por unicata: 94
  • Testes por duplicata: 46


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