Latex particles coated with antibody specific to human IgE form immune complexes in the presence of IgE from the sample. The immune complexes cause an increase in light scattering that is proportional to the concentration of IgE in the serum or plasma sample. The light scattering is measured by reading turbidity at 570 nm. The sample IgE concentration is determined versus IgE calibrators of known concentrations. Immunoglobulins are an important part of the body's immune response.
Features and Benefits
- For the quantitative measurement of human Ig E by immunoturbidimetric assay.
- Reagents are ready to use.
|IgE||KAI-092||2x20 mL (R1); 2x6.6 mL|