IDK® TurbiPEL® Faecal Pancreatic Elastase turbidimetric assay for clinical chemistry analysers.

Product family:
Product Code:
Faecal Tests
TU1011

New

Product Information:

IDK® TurbiPEL® determines the biomarker human

pancreatic elastase 1 in stool samples.

It is intended for the diagnosis of exocrine pancreatic

insufficiency and for monitoring of the exocrine pancreatic

function.


IDK® TurbiPEL® uses monoclonal antibodies and has a

measuring range of at least 5 – 400 μg/g.


Immundiagnostik AG provides application notes for a broad range of clinical chemistry analysers containing information about the assay set-up on each specific platform. In addition, they provide the analyser specific performance characteristics of the assay as well as the application parameters. If no application note is currently available for your specific analyser, we have a team of highly trained experts – our technical support team – which will work with you to bring the application to that analyser.


If application notes are available for your analyser, but you still require assistance with the start-up of the assay, then of course that will also be provided.

Features:

Particle enhanced turbidimetric immunoassay (PETIA)

  • Monoclonal antibody test system

  • Good clinical correlation with corresponding ELISA

  • 6 ready-to-use standards

  • 2 ready-to-use controls

  • Extracted stool samples stable for up to 7 days at 2 – 8 °C

  • Three pack sizes: 

  • 100 tests

  • 200 tests

  • 800 tests

  • Use with TurbiTUBE™ to enable 3 parameters (Calprotectin, Pancreatic Elastase and FIT) from one extraction


* dependent on clinical cnemistry analyser used

Benefits:

  • Results available in <15 minutes*

  • High throughput via random access workflow and continuous loading

  • Reduced hands-on time

  • Works with any clinical chemistry analyser

  • Easy transfer from ELISA methods with concordant results

  • Excellent start-up and customer support

Format

Turbidimetric assay

Storage (°C)

+ 2 to + 8

Sample type

Stool

Category

Laboratory