Heparin is the most commonly used anticoagulant.
The biological activity of sulfated glycosoaminoglycans groups lies in their ability to accelerate (up to 2000 times) the inhibitory effect of antithrombin (AT) on coagulation proteases.
It consists of short polysaccharide chains with an average molecular weight of less than 8000 Da.
They are obtained by fractionation of heparin polymers.
TECHNOVIEW® plasmas are prepared from citrated plasmas supplemented with different concentrations of heparins.
The TECHNOVIEW LMW control Low and control plasma boxes are used to validate the calibration curve for the measurement of LMWH in plasma, especially with anti-FXa methods.
- 5 vials x 1 mL lyophilized plasma