D-Dimers are fragments resulting from the destruction of fibrin during fibrinolysis.
A low level of D-Dimer is normal and indicates that there has been activation of the coagulation and formation of a clot, but can strongly increase in the event of venous thrombosis, DIC (disseminated intravascular coagulation) or pulmonary embolism.
The Technoleia® D-Dimer test comprises an anti-D-Dimer monoclonal antibody coupled to the latex microparticles and forms a high molecular weight complex with the D-Dimer in the sample.
This results in a photometrically detectable change in turbidimetry of the sample which is directly proportional to the concentration of antigens within the sample.
Controls should be treated the same as patient plasmas.
The remaining calibrators and controls can be aliquoted and frozen.
Stability 1 month at -20 ° C
- 5 vials x 1 mL lyophilized plasma