Inhibin A ELISA by Ansh Labs

Manufacturer Ansh Labs  |   Model: AL-123  |  Available Worldwide
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The Inhibin A enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) kit provides materials for the quantitative measurement of dimeric inhibin A in human serum and plasma. It is intended for in vitro diagnostic use as an aid in the diagnosis and monitoring of various hormonal reproductive disorders.


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    5 out of 5
    Value for money
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Great customer service, technical service and product
Rating: 5.0

  • Application Area: clinical - prenatal testing

"The Inhibin-A kit is easy to use. The results are reproducible."

Review date: 23 Jan 2017 | Inhibin A ELISA

The Ansh Labs' Inhibin A ELISA kit is a quantitative three-step sandwich immunoassay.

Ansh Inhibin A ELISA captures the BetaA-subunit and sandwiches Inhibin A specifically by detecting the alpha-subunit. The monoclonal antibody pair was developed in-house by Ansh Labs and detects Inhibin A without detectable cross-reactivity to other related proteins.

  • Analytical measureable range of 10 – 1200 pg/mL allows for studies in a variety of physiological states.
  • Sensitive to 5.45 pg/mL.
  • Total 4 hour incubation at room temperature.
  • Long shelf life of 24 months.
  • Includes all reagents needed to run a 96-well plate, shipped at ambient temperatures and stored at 2-8C.
  • CE Mark kit available for international purchases.

Ansh Labs, located just south of Houston Texas, is an FDA registered manufacturer of diagnostic test kits, antibodies, antigens, and proteins. Our scientists are experts in immunoassay development and have developed some of the most challenging hormone assays helping to advance research and clinical diagnostics in reproductive function, growth disorders, metabolism, and more.