C-Reactive Protein (CRP)
C-Reactive Protein is an acute phase protein with a molecular mass of approximately 114kDa. It is synthesised in the liver and is most commonly used as a marker for inflamation. Elevated CRP levels are seen in patients with coronary artery disease; hence it is also used in cardiology diagnostic tests to predict and monitor this disease.
|Applications||Biosensors, Clinical Chemistry, Control Manufacture, ELISA, Lateral Flow, Life Science|
|Disease Area||Inflammation Markers|
|Health and Safety||
CRP is presented liquid in a buffer containing sodium azide and is derived from human plasma, refer to SDS for further information.
|Keywords||C Reactive protein, CRP|
|Molecular Weight||137500 Da|
|Presentation Matrix||TRIS Buffer / NaCl|
|Product Category||Native Antigens|
|Shelf Life||2 years|
|Storage||4°C do not freeze|