CD-Chex Select by Streck Inc.

Manufacturer Streck Inc.  |  Available Worldwide
CD-Chex Select is a positive procedural control that includes CD26, CD41, CD57, CD58, CD61, CD64, CD79a, FMC7, MPO, TCR α/β and TCR γ/δ. It is an assayed, whole blood control that features a cap pierceable vial for use with automated flow cytometry sample preparation instruments.


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Designed to mimic a patient sample, CD-Chex Select contains human leukocytes and erythrocytes in a preservative medium. The cells in CD-Chex Select possess surface and intracellular antigens detectable with fluorescent monoclonal antibodies by flow cytometry. It is a positive procedural flow cytometry control assayed for 11 CD markers used for immunophenotyping: CD26, CD41, CD57, CD58, CD61, CD64, FMC7, TCR α/β, TCR γ/δ, and intracellular CD79a and MPO. CD-Chex Select is designed to represent normal peripheral blood leukocytes where lymphocytes, monocytes, and granulocytes are distinguishable on the basis of light scatter properties.

Featuring cap pierceable plastic vials, CD-Chex Select is compatible with automated flow cytometry sample preparation instruments, reducing errors and improving laboratory workflow. It is a positive procedural control designed to monitor reagent staining, erythrocyte lysis, sample preparation, and instrument performance. CD-Chex Select is compatible with BD Biosciences and Beckman Coulter flow cytometry systems.

Features

  • Assayed for 11 CD markers, including 2 intracellular markers
  • Cap pierceable vials for use with automated sample preparation instruments
  • Whole blood control mimics patient sample
  • Compatible with BD Biosciences and Beckman Coulter flow cytometry systems
  • 30-day open-vial stability
  • 90-day closed-vial stability

Benefits

  • Helps toward meeting quality requirements for leukemia and lymphoma immunophenotyping
  • Established assay ranges provide less room for error
  • Compatibility with automated sample preparation instruments improves laboratory workflow and reduces errors
  • Provides the user confidence in instrument results
  • Reduces the need for labs to hold and validate patient samples for use as a control
  • Access to STATS®, a free interlaboratory quality control program with peer group data comparison and online submission

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.