Human Prothrombin (Factor II) AssayMax ELISA KitHuman Prothrombin (Factor II) AssayMax ELISA Kit
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Human Prothrombin (Factor II) AssayMax ELISA Kit

This assay employs a quantitative enzyme immunoassay technique that measures the specified antigen in samples.

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EP3023-1 96 Well Plate £276.25

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Manufacturer Assaypro, LLC.
Product Type AssayMax™ ELISA Kits
Samples Serum, Urine, Saliva, Milk, Cell Culture, CSF
Species Human
Reactivity Human
Assay Format Sandwich ELISA
Product Size 96 Well Plate
Range 0.3-22 ng/ml
Plex Number 1
Storage Refer to component labels for details
Applications Assay
Entrez Gene 2147
Omim 176930
UniProt P00734
UniGene Hs.655207
Special Notes For Research Use Only, Not To Be Used For Diagnostic Purposes
References * Liu X et al. (2015) Targeting blood thrombogenicity precipitates atherothrombotic events in a mouse model of plaque destabilization. Sci Rep. 2015 May 11;5:10225. 
* Gennadievna LY (2018) Interrelation of genetic prothrombotic polymorphisms with the state of thrombocytic and plasma links of hemostasis in patients with a functionally single ventricle of the heart. Tomsk National Research Medical Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences 

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* Liu X et al. (2015) Targeting blood thrombogenicity precipitates atherothrombotic events in a mouse model of plaque destabilization. Sci Rep. 2015 May 11;5:10225. 
* Gennadievna LY (2018) Interrelation of genetic prothrombotic polymorphisms with the state of thrombocytic and plasma links of hemostasis in patients with a functionally single ventricle of the heart. Tomsk National Research Medical Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences 

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* Liu X et al. (2015) Targeting blood thrombogenicity precipitates atherothrombotic events in a mouse model of plaque destabilization. Sci Rep. 2015 May 11;5:10225. 
* Gennadievna LY (2018) Interrelation of genetic prothrombotic polymorphisms with the state of thrombocytic and plasma links of hemostasis in patients with a functionally single ventricle of the heart. Tomsk National Research Medical Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences 

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