Latex Microparticle Stabilizer Solution

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Catalog #: C1010002

A buffered solution for stabilizing microparticles used in immunoturbidemetric assays. Simply, spin down your latex particles and resuspend them in our Latex Microparticle Stabilizer LSM buffer. Proprietary stabilizers can extend particle suspension shelf-life to up to 24 months at 2-8°C. Available in 50 mL and 500 mL. Custom bulk orders are also available (enquire online).

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Description

Latex Microparticle Stabilizer (LMS) for immunoturbidimetric assays.

Product Data Sheet
Catalog # C1010002-50mL

C1010002-500mL

Size 50 mL, 500 mL, bulk
Other Names Latex Stabilizer, Nanoparticle Stabilizer, Latex Assay Stabilizer
Content Particle re-suspension buffered solution
Preservative Sodium azide (< 0.1%)
Buffer Tris-HCl pH 8.0 and proprietary stabilizers
Storage 2-8°C
Supplied as Liquid solution
Application Extend stability and shelf-life of nanoparticle suspensions
Keywords Stabilizer, buffer, latex, nanoparticle, assay, immunoturbidemetric, Latex Microparticle Stabilizer Solution

 

About Latex Technology

Immunoturbidimetry (IT or Latex) is analytical method related to immunonephelometry whereby both methods monitor the formation of antigen-antibody complexes. In immunonephelometry, the complexes are formed in an agarose gel. Immunoturbidimetry (IT or Latex) the formation of antigen-antibody complexes can be followed in a spectrophotometer as agglutination occurs and optical densities increase. Because the reaction is fast (as little as a few minutes), this is the method of choice for automation of analysis.

References Related to Immunoturbidimetry (IT or Latex)

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  • Moutachakkir M, Lamrani Hanchi A, Baraou A, Boukhira A, Chellak S. Immunoanalytical characteristics of C-reactive protein and high sensitivity C-reactive protein. Ann Biol Clin (Paris). 2017 Apr 1;75(2):225-229.
  • Veltman EM, Lamers F, Comijs HC, Stek ML, van der Mast RC, Rhebergen D. Inflammatory markers and cortisol parameters across depressive subtypes in an older cohort. J Affect Disord. 2018 Jul;234:54-58.

 

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