Human FVIII congenital deficient plasma with Anti-VIII inhibitor (Bethesda)
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These kits are manufactured in accordance with the 98/79 EC directive for in vitro diagnostic devices. Only CE marked products can be used for diagnostic applications in Europe.
These kits are intended for in vitro diagnostic use.
These kits are for research use only and are not intended to be used for diagnostic procedures.
Federal Drug Administration, FDA validates diagnostic kits for in vitro diagnostic use in the United States.
Biological risk products.
Storage between 2 and 8 ° C.
Reactive in liquid form.
Reactive in lyophilized form.
Reactive in frozen form.
Stability after opening at 2-8 ° C.
Products that can be refrozen.
Stability 12 months after refreezing at -20 ° C.
Plasma from a single human donor with congenital Factor VIII deficiency with anti-VIII inhibitor.
1 x 1.0 mL
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Factor VIII is a glycoprotein mainly synthesized by the liver. It circulates in the plasma in the form bound to VWF which protects it from rapid proteolytic degradation. It is activated by FXa or thrombin in FVIIIa which will complex with FIXa in the presence of phospholipids to activate FX in FXa.
A patient who is deficient in FVIII has hemophilia A.
Special plasmas are derived from patients with a congenital deficiency, severe or moderate, or presenting a particular profile.
No buffer or preservatives are added. Quickly frozen at -80° C, the plasma maintains perfectly intact the matrix.
All plasmas are stable when stored at -40° C to -80° C.
We carefully pack with dry ice during shipment.
No additive or preservative.
Expiry date > 1 year.