Heparin Catcher Plates

 

Heparin is one of the most intensively studied glycosaminoglycans as a result of its anticoagulant properties. Heparin is used as an anticoagulant either in its native unfractionated form (UFH) MW ~ 16 kD or as partially depolymerized form called low molecular weight (LMW) heparin MW ~ 4-8 kD.

Heparin assay

Biomat developed three Heparin Catcher plates, as special surfaces onto which heparin at different ranges of U/ml can be immobilized.

The proposed assays exploit the different Biomat heparin catcher plates, by quantitative enzyme-linked assays for the in vitro measurement of unfractionated heparin in low protein content fluid such as a buffer.

Typical assay suitable for measuring Heparin (UHF ) in saline buffer, in the range 0.01 to 2.0 U/ml

Typical assay suitable for measuring Heparin (UHF ) in saline buffer, in the range 0.5 to 40.0 U/ml

Typical assay suitable for measuring Heparin (UHF) in saline buffer, in the range 2.0 to 160.0 U/ml

SEE TECHNICAL NOTES N. 30

96 well microplates

Material: Polystyrene
Quantity per pack: 1 - Quantity per case: 50 or 100

1x8 flat bottom wells strips on 12 x 8 frame

1x8 flat bottom wells breakable strips on single well holding frame

96 wells plate - flat bottom



12x75 mm Tubes

Material: Polystyrene
Quantity per pack: 20 - Quantity per case: 1000 - 2000

Color Code
Clear TS 127518-HC1
Clear TS 127519-HC2
Clear TS 127520-HC3