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Code No. CY-8066

CircuLex CML/Nε-(Carboxymethyl)lysine ELISA Kit



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(In Japan at 17:00,
Sep 28, 2021 in JST)


96 assays


  • Concentrations of CML/Nε-(Carboxymethyl)lysine in patient afflicted lifestyle-related disease and healthy volunteers serum.

Components CML-BSA coated Microplate, Wash Buffer, Sample Dilution Buffer, Standard Dilution Buffer, CML-HSA Standard, Primary Antibody, HRP conjugated Detection Antibody, Substrate Reagent, Stop Solution
Intended use This Kit is used for the quantitative measurement of CML-adducts in mammalian serum, plasma, tissue extract and other biological media except rodent specimen.
Storage temp. 4°C Manufacturer MBL
Sample Serum
Measurement range 0.109~7.0 µg/mL
Sensitivity 0.063 µg/mL~
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