Reagents, Clinical Chemistry, Control, Serum, Protein
Definition : Clinical chemistry reagents consisting of serum pooled either from donors with normal levels of proteins or from disease-state donors with above-normal concentrations of total proteins or of some specific proteins; less frequently, they are obtained by extracting some proteins from normal donor serum (i.e., protein-deficient serum). Protein control reagents are mostly used for quality control of specific lipoprotein assays performed in a sample of a body fluid.
Entry Terms : "Serum Protein Test Control Reagents"
UMDC code : 18967
Analytical Control Systems Inc
ACS, Inc. is a small, closely held corporation dedicated solely to inventing and manufacturing diagnostic controls, reagents and tests. Since its founding in 1978, ACS has earned an excellent reputation as an OEM manufacturer. Our in-depth knowledge of manufacturing extremely stable protein & enzyme products either in lyophilized or liquid format has allowed us to move into a retail market and compete successfully with giants in the field. If you know us only as the manufacturer of ACT-Trol™ (US Patent # 5,939,325), be sure to browse through our comprehensive listing of products.
CLINIQA Corporation is a proven leader in clinical diagnostics with more than 30 years history manufacturing in-vitro diagnostic products. Our state-of-the-art facility, highly experienced personnel, formulation expertise and regulatory compliance (maintaining the following certifications: cGMP, ISO13485:2003, CE Mark, CMDR) help ensure we meet customer requirements.