Ultra Sensitive Mouse Insulin ELISA (10 Kit Pack)

Product Specifications

Catalog # 90082
Sample Size 5 µL
Sample Types Serum, plasma, cell culture, or fluid
Tests 10 x 96 wells
Reagents In liquid form (except standard)
Sensitivity 0.05 ng/mL
Assay Range Low Range Assay: 0.1 - 6.4 ng/mL
Wide Range Assay: 0.1 - 12.8 ng/mL
High Range Assay: 1 - 64 ng/mL
Precision Intra-assay precision CV ≤ 10.0%
Inter-assay precision CV ≤ 10.0%
Storage 2-8°C
Regulatory Research Use Only
Distribution Worldwide
Assay Summary Assay and protocol summary

Additional Info

The Ultra Sensitive Mouse Insulin ELISA (10 Kit Pack) is an economical option for high-volume users. The 10 kit pack contains 10 individually packaged Ultra Sensitive Mouse Insulin ELISA kits.

In addition to significant cost savings, the 10 kit pack has the advantage of ensuring consistent quality by providing individually packaged kits (as opposed to providing bulk reagents), ensuring reagents remain sealed until used. This format also is more convenient, as users don't have to measure out reagents for each plate. The kits are identical to the single kits (90080) with the exception of their external labeling.

All our Ultra Sensitive Mouse Insulin ELISA kits have a shelf-life of 1 year from their manufacture, require low sample volumes, have a wide dynamic range, and offer phenomenal sensitivity. For complete product details, including references and standard curves, please visit the product page for the Ultra Senstive Mouse Insulin ELISA kit.


References

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