Urine Protein Electrophoresis is a well-established technique routinely used in clinical laboratories to detect and estimate the concentration of monoclonal components as Bence Jones proteins (Monoclonal Free Light Chains) or other proteinuria disorders.
Fully automated testing
for qualitative analysis with fast separation and good resolution with dedicated reagent and program on CAPILLARYS.
Direct visualisation of urine protein profile
for quick screening and identification of abnormal urinary pattern.
Separation into major protein fraction
CAPI 3 PROTEIN(E) 6 kit enables the separation into five major zones: Albumin, Alpha-1, Alpha-2, Beta, Gamma.
Ability to quantify abnormal peaks in two modes
Valley to valley or Baseline to top.
Urine Proteins are separated in silica capillaries by their electrophoretic mobility and the electroosmotic flow at high voltage in an alkaline buffer. Proteins are directly detected during migration by UV absorbance and quantified by a peak.
Full traceability and positive sample ID for primary tube samples
Full traceability and reagents management through RFID tags
Color-coded backlit reagent containers
Rapid validation via 48 to 96 profile mosaic display
Limit of detection with CAPI 3 URINE:
Protein abnormality is approximately 9 mg/L
Bence Jones protein is approximately 20 mg/L
Samples up to 528 tubes (with tube loader)
>2.5 hours protein testing
CAPILLARYS 3 OCTA 70
CAPILLARYS 3 TERA 97
CAPILLARYS 3 TERA MC3 238
CAPILLARYS 3 OCTA 9
CAPILLARYS 3 TERA 11
CAPILLARYS 3 TERA MC3 27
* Using Software version 9.30
CAPILLARYS / MINICAP URINE – P/N: 2013
CAPI 3 URINE – P/N: 2513
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