The key roles which serum proteins play in bodily functions and the relative ease of separating them by electrophoresis, make their determination a valuable diagnostic tool as well as a way to monitor clinical progress. Total serum protein levels and serum protein electrophoresis should be included in every laboratory work-up on a patient. There is no other single procedure, or even group of procedures, that is capable of detecting so broad a spectrum of disease states or is as indicative of the degree of health as serum protein electrophoresis.
|5136||SPE Control||1 x 2 mL|
The control is for qualitative and/or quantitative use in agarose serum protein electrophoresis. It is a stabilized liquid prepared from human serum and assayed for total protein, albumin, alpha1, alpha2, beta and gamma globulins.
For SPIFE Serum Protein assays, order Cat. No. 3424 or 3425.