Development of an Immunoturbidimetric Assay for the Determination of Haptoglobin
1 September 2014

This study reports the development of an immunoturbidimetric assay for the determination of haptoglobin in serum samples. The method incorporates a new ready to use reagent leading to a simplified procedure and a reduction of handling errors prior to analysis. The assay is applicable to a variety of automated analyzers and is of value for application in clinical laboratories.

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