Additional InformationCatalog #80-INSMR-CH01SpeciesMouse, RatRegulatory StatusResearch Use Only. Not for Use in Diagnostic Procedures.Product DistributionAvailable WorldwideRange0.1 - 150 ng/mL (Requires a chemiluminescent reader)Sensitivity0.089 ng/mLSizes96 WellsSample TypesPlasma, Serum, Tissue CultureSample Size5 µLProtocolMSDS
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The STELLUX® Chemi Rodent Insulin ELISA utilizes a dual-monoclonal antibody sandwich format, tri-level control set, and 96-well microplate comprising removable strips.
Quotes from STELLUX® Chemi Rodent Insulin ELISA users:
"The kit was very easy to use and I definitely appreciated the decreased time for both the kit run, overall, and not having to perform dilutions for samples that were previously out of range. We plan on using this kit for our insulin sample needs in the future." - Senior Research Associate, Millennium
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