D Dimer monoclonal antibody
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- Reference Texts
- Paul D. Stein, Russell D. Hull, Kalpesh C. Patel, Ronald E. Olson, William A. Ghali, Rollin Brant, Rita K. Biel, Vinay Bharadia, Neeraj K. Kalra, D-Dimer for the Exclusion of Acute Venous Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolism (2004) Ann Intern Med. 140, 589-602.Arnaud Perrier, Sylvie Desmaraes, Catherine Goehring, Phillipe de Moerloose, Alfredo Morabia, Pierre-Francois Unger, Daniel Slosman, Alain Junod, Henri Bounameaux, D-dimer Testing for Suspected Pulmonary Embolism in Outpatients (1997) Am J R
- 0.09% NaN3
- Store below -60°C, avoid repeat freeze- thaw cycle
- PBS, pH 7.4
- Disease Area
- Lateral flow, Western Blot, and ELISA. Recommended for sandwich assays partnering with BM243-3B6. Can be used as capture or detector
- Clone Number
- Immunogen / Epitope
- Human D-Dimer antigen
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The acquisition of DIARECT in June 2020 and their world leading recombinant autoimmune antigen capability immediately enhances BBI’s portfolio and position as a ‘complete’ immunoassay reagent supplier. This further enhances BBI’s position as the world’s largest diagnostics components company with a market leading antigen portfolio.
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