Urine Protein Electrophoresis is a well-established technique routinely used in clinical laboratories to detect and quantify monoclonal components as Bence Jones proteins (Monoclonal Free Light Chains in urine) or other proteinuria disorders.
Urine proteins with clear separation
into 5 fractions indicated by software (from Albumin to Gamma).
Clear band visualization
for qualitative and relative quantitative analysis for reliable interpretation of proteinuria screening.
HYDRASYS 2 SCAN FOCUSING system includes sample application, electrophoretic migration, staining, destaining and scanning connected to PHORESIS Software for interpretation, data & result management.
using ASSIST pipetting station with HYDRASYS 2.
Based on zone electrophoresis separation on agarose gel.
Monoclonal protein limit detection is about 0.017 g/dL.
According to the position of the monoclonal component and polyclonal background in the gamma zone, the detection limit may vary.
HYDRAGEL 7 PROTEIN(E) – P/N: 4100
HYDRAGEL 15 PROTEIN(E) – P/N: 4120
HYDRAGEL 30 PROTEIN(E) – P/N: 4140
HYDRAGEL 54 PROTEIN(E) – P/N: 4145
HYDRAGEL 7 β1-β2 – P/N: 4101
HYDRAGEL 15 β1-β2 – P/N: 4121
HYDRAGEL 30 β1-β2 – P/N: 4141
HYDRAGEL 54 β1-β2 – P/N: 4146
HYDRAGEL 7 HR – P/N: 4102
HYDRAGEL 15 HR – P/N: 4122
HYDRAGEL 5 PROTEINURIE – P/N: 4115
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