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Biosystems Total Protein

Biosystems Total Protein Reagent


A.Reagent. Red pyrogallol of 60 µmol/l, molybdate of sodium of 40 µmol/l, suktsinat 50 mmol/l, rn 2.3, cleaner.

Harmful substance (Xn): R20/21/22: Dangerously at inhalation, swallowing and at contact with skin. R68/20/21/22: Harmful substance: a possibility of emergence of irreversible consequences at inhalation, contact with skin and swallowing

  1. The Protein standard (in urine): Bull albumine. Concentration is specified on a label. The size of concentration corresponds to Recommendations for the Standard materials SRM 927 (National Institute of Standards and Technology, NIST).


– A water thermobath on 37ºC.

– The analyzer, the spectrophotometer or a photometer with the filter 600 ± 10 nanometers.


The urine collected by means of standard procedures. To collect daily urine, to measure volume and to store at 2-8ºC. Stability of 8 days.

The Tserebrospinalny liquid (CFS) collected on standard procedure. Not to use the samples containing krovi. It is stable 4 days at 2-8ºC.


The Protein Calibrators are intended for quality control purposes only and is supplied with suggested intervals of acceptable values.

Protein Calibrators. Liquid human sera containing several proteins at concentrations suitable for the calibration of measurement procedures.

Components from human origin have been tested and found to be negative for the presence of antibodies anti-HIV and anti-HCV, as well as
for HBs antigen.

However, they should be handled cautiously as potentiallyinfectious.

The Protein Calibrators are provided ready to use. Before opening, allow the vial to reach room temperature and then mix carefully avoiding the
formation of foam.

Analyze the Protein Calibrators in the same way as the patient samples.

Store at 2-8ºC.
Protein Calibrators are stable until the expiration date given in the label if stored tightly closed and contamination during use is avoided.

The assigned concentration values for components and their traceability are shown in the enclosed value sheets.

Traceability of the results can beassured only if the BioSystems reagents and recommended measurement procedures are used.

The suggested intervals of acceptable values have been calculated fromprevious experience in interlaboratory variability and are given for
orientation only.

Each laboratory should establish its own precision parameters.