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Latex immunoassay for immunological determination of Fibrinogen on coagulation analyzers

Ready to use reagents, no additional reagents required, two control levels available

Determination of Antithrombin antigen on coagulation analyzers

By use of our CE-certified latex immunoassay with ready to use liquid reagents.

CRYOcheck™ CorPac™ single donor plasmas

Enhanced standardisation, decreased resource consumption

HIT ELISA for PF4 and PF4/Heparin antibodies

For supporting diagnosis of PF4 or PF4/Heparin antibody-induced thrombocytopenia

 

Eliminating coagulation assay interferences by heparin and DOACs

DOACs and Heparin often impose laboratories a diagnostical problem - our partner 5-Diagnostics offers solutions.

 

Our CE marked LIAPHEN™ vWF Antigen kit

This latex based immunoturbidimetric assay enables you to measure vWF:Ag without falsification by the rheumatoid factor.

ZYMUTEST™ HIA MonoStrip IgG (HIT II)

Optimized ELISA test intended for the detection and the qualitative assay of heparin-dependent antibodies of the IgG isotype.

CoaChrom™ Moderate and Severe Abnormal Control Plasma

Moderate and Severe Abnormal Control plasma for the quality control of FVIII, FIX and vWF assays.

New modified BIOPHEN™ Factor VIII Kit

Our new assay to evaluate a chromogenic FVIII combined assay system for measuring Emicizumab and Anti-FVIII inhibitory antibodies.

Reliable chromogenic DTI assay

The chromogenic BIOPHEN™ DTI offers important advantages over coagulometric assays in the quantitative determination of direct thrombin inhibitors.

Modified Nijmegen-Bethesda-Assay

Our new CE marked CRYOcheckTM factor VIII inhibitor kit contains the components required for performing a modified Nijmegen-Bethesda assay.

Reliable HIT assay

For supporting Heparin induced thrombocytopenia (HIT) or vaccine-induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia (VITT) diagnosis

 

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