Product at a Glance
Name: Human Female Hormone (8-Plex)
Kit Type: Multiplex ELISA
Multiplex Format: Antibody Array
Detection Method: Chemiluminescent
Analytes: Adiponectin, Cortisol, C-Peptide, E1G, FSH, HCGb, IL-6, IL-10
Sample Type: Urine
* Actual values may vary from kit to kit. Please see the antigen card included in your kit for specific values.
Ordering Information: Catalog #332151HU
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|Adiponectin||ng/ml||28.3 – 0.1||0.02||28.3|
|Cortisol||ng/ml||744 – 1||0.34||742|
|C-Peptide||ng/ml||39 – 0.2||0.09||39.7|
|E1G||ng/ml||522 – 0.7||0.25||522|
|FSH||mlU/ml||167 – 0.7||0.17||167.2|
|HCGb||ng/ml||14.1 – 0.06||0.03||42.5|
|IL-6||pg/ml||1500 – 6.1||1.4||1500|
|IL-10||pg/ml||666 – 2.7||0.22||666|
The Q-Plex™ Human Female Hormone (8-Plex) is a fully quantitative ELISA-based chemiluminescent assay allowing the concurrent measurement of eight biomarkers or analytes. Using less than 50 µl of sample per well, up to 80 samples can be assayed for all eight markers in the panel within 2.5 hours. The Q-Plex™ Human Female Hormone (8-Plex) provides researchers an easy to use and cost effective means of generating a cytokine profile for each sample. Q-Plex plates are built by adsorbing eight distinct capture antibodies in a defined array to the bottom of each well. Our high quality reagents help ensure the accuracy of your results.
Each kit contains a 96-well plate, featuring the relevant biomarker panel in each well, and all reagents required to perform testing.
- Detection mix
- Sample diluents
- Streptavidin HRP
- Wash buffer
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