96-Well Nephelometric Assay to Detect Calcification Propensity of Serum Samples
22 Aug 2014

This application note describes a test that measures the transition from primary to secondary calciprotein particles (CPP) in serum samples. This label-free 96-well plate-based assay measures the conversion of primary to secondary CPP by detecting the changes in laser light scattering associated with it.

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