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Lipoprotein (a) (LP (a)) Test

The LP(a) blood test is used to determine the content of Lipoprotein (a) (LP(a)) in human serum, for atherosclerosis and other cardiovascular and cerebrovascular embolism disease diagnosis.

Testing Principle of Lipoprotein (a) (LP (a)) Blood Lab Test

  • Hipro's LP(a) cholesterol test reagent is a liquid dual one.

  • The LP(a) TB test uses Rate Scattering Turbidimetric Method, coating the latex particles with the goat anti-human lipoprotein (a).

  • The lipoprotein (a) in the sample specifically binds to the corresponding antibody-sensitive latex in the reagent to form an antigen-antibody complex.

  • This complex causes a change in the scattering intensity at 670 nm incident light.

  • The rate of change of scattered light intensity is positively correlated with the content of LP(a) in the sample.

  • Determine the rate of change of the intensity of the scattered light to calculate the standard LP(a) content of the sample by the standard curve.

Basic Parameters of Lipoprotein (a) (LP (a)) Blood Lab Test

  • Specimen: serum.

  • Test time: 330 seconds.

  • Packing: 25 Tests/ Kit.

  • Box Size: 17*10*8cm.

  • Storage: 2-8℃.

  • Shelf life: 1 year.

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