SCREEN IFA TEST D-DIMERO

Fluorescence Immunoassay D-Dimer

Product code: SC-1583-20

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Fluorescence Immunoassay D-Dimer – Product code: SC-1583-20

Rapid test for measuring D-Dimer in whole blood or plasma with the use of Screen® Immunofluorescence Analyzer. For professional in vitro diagnostic use only. D-dimer (or D dimer) is a breakdown product of fibrin (or FDP), a small protein fragment found in the blood after a blood clot has been degraded by fibrinolysis. Its formation or increase reflects the activation of coagulation and the fibrinolysis system, and its level in plasma can represent the production of the active agent of thrombin fibrin in vivo. It can be used as an indicator of thrombosis in the physique. The D-Dimer content in thrombotic patients is significantly elevated. D-dimer (or D dimer) is a breakdown product of fibrin (or FDP), a small protein fragment found in the blood after a blood clot has been degraded by fibrinolysis. Its formation or increase reflects the activation of coagulation and the fibrinolysis system, and its level in plasma can represent the production of the active agent of thrombin fibrin in vivo. It can be used as an indicator of thrombosis in the physique. The D-Dimer content in thrombotic patients is significantly elevated. Furthermore, some studies have shown that low D-Dimer levels (0.1-0.5 mg/L) are closely related to the presence of cardiovascular disorders and high D-Dimer levels may be early indicators for excluding DVT and PE. The D-Dimer Cassette Test (Whole Blood/Plasma) identifies the D-Dimer based on Immunofluorescence. The sample moves along the strip from the sample pad to the absorbent pad. If the sample contains D-Dimer, it attaches to the fluorescent beads conjugated to anti-D-Dimer antibodies. Then the compound is captured by the capture antibodies that cover the nitrocellulose membrane (Test line). The concentration of D-Dimer in the sample is directly correlated with the intensity of the fluorescent signal captured in the T line. Depending on the intensity of the fluorescence on the test and the standard curve, the concentration of D-Dimer in the sample can be calculated from the SCREEN® analyzer to show the concentration of D-Dimer in the sample.

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