Immunofixation is an immunological method for detection and identification of monoclonal proteins in serum and urine. After the separation of serum and urine proteins according to their charge, the gel is incubated with different specific antisera. The gel is then processed in order to remove the antisera excess prior to the final staining step. The gel is interpreted visually to type all immunoglobulins.
for proteins separation and identification of monoclonal component in serum and urine in agarose gel method.
in serum and urine for quick identification of suspect monoclonal proteins IgG, IgA, IgM, Kappa (κ) or Lambda (λ) and free light chains involved in gammopathy.
for optimal reaction performance and accurate monoclonal component identification.
HYDRASYS 2 SCAN FOCUSING system including sample application, electrophoretic migration, immunofixation, staining, destaining and scanning connected to PHORESIS Software for data & result management.
for detection of very small monoclonal components.
Serum & Urine
Internal sensitivity study demonstrated that a Bence Jones protein can be detected in a serum at a concentration:
* SM: Standard Mask
** DM: Dynamic Mask
Large menu with high quality results on gel electrophoresis.
IFCC Euromedlab 2021
Sebia booth: #121
Sebia Workshop: EduW22
Educational Webinar with Katie Thoren, PhD, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Educational Webinar with Dr. Julien GUILLEMAUD
IFCC Worldlab 2022
Sebia booth: #72
Sebia Workshop: EduW25
Educational Webinar with Dr. Jack Maggiore from Loyola University Medical Center in Chicago, IL
IFCC Euromedlab /WorldLab 2023
Sebia booth: #21
Sebia Workshop: EduW15
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