Human neutrophil gelatinase-associated apolipoprotein,NGAL antibody

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    • Commodity name: Human neutrophil gelatinase-associated apolipoprotein,NGAL antibody
    • Commodity ID: 1080800742001496064
    • 储存条件: It can be stored for one year at 4 ℃ and for two years at -20 ℃

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    Human neutrophil gelatinase-associated lipocalin polyclonal antibody (Neutrophil gelatinase-associated lipocalin Antibody, NGAL-Ab)

    Acute kidney injury (AKI) is a clinical syndrome caused by a decline in kidney function caused by a variety of reasons in a short period of time. AKI is still a common and serious clinical problem. The lack of specific early clinical diagnostic indicators is the main obstacle to the treatment of the disease, leading to a high incidence of AKI and a high mortality rate. Human neutrophil gelatinase-associated lipocalin (NGAL) is a highly effective new AKI clinical diagnostic marker for early kidney injury. If treated in the early stages of AKI, the incidence of kidney failure can be greatly reduced. Therefore, early diagnosis of AKI has become a key factor in the treatment of nephropathy. Cystatin C is currently widely used in clinical diagnosis of early kidney injury. But in comparison, the diagnostic value of NGAL in the early stage of acute kidney injury is greater than that of cystatin C.

    The company's NGAL antibody has a high potency and can be directly used in the development or production of NGAL detection reagents.

    Source: Rabbit, polyclonal antibody

    Purification method: Protein A affinity purification

    Potency: 1: 1 million

    Buffer composition: PBS, 0.1% preservative

    Storage conditions: one year at 4 ℃, long-term storage at -20 ℃, try to avoid repeated freezing and thawing

    Safety Tips: Not for human experiment

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