Benzylsulfonyl-D-Arg-Pro-4-amdinobenzylamid (BAPA) is a potent synthetic anticoagulant which inhibits Factor Xa and thrombin.
A complex web of biochemical and physical reactions between platelets and clotting factors at the site of vascular injury is required to achieve hemostasis.
Under flow conditions, platelet activation and coagulation processes are dynamically intertwined with each other affected by platelets, coagulation factors and their various inhibitors and activators.
Measurements with the T-TAS® 01 system involve evaluation of biological activity and depend on the quality of the blood collection.
Blood samples collected for analysis with the PL Chip should only be collected with the BAPA tube specified for T-TAS® 01.
50 tubes of 3 mL containing the spray-dried anticoagulant BAPA.
The concentration indicated in the BAPA tube for a blood sample is ≥ 50 μg / mL.
- 1 box x 50 collection tubes 3 mL