APTT Reagents

Activated Partial Thromboplastin Clotting Time Reagents
APTT reagent is a super sensitive Lupus Anticoagulant (LA) screening (Intrinsin-LS or "screen”) and resistant (Intrinsin-LR or ”confirm”) reagent.

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X9801 (sensitive), X9811 (resistant)
RUO
liquid
10ml or 5 x 10ml

The APTT is a widely accepted screening test for abnormalities in the intrinsic pathway of coagulation. It is also used for monitoring heparin, detecting inhibitors (including lupus anticoagulants) and for factor assays. A normal test result is dependent on the proper function of all the clotting factors and cofactors in the intrinsic and common pathways of the clotting mechanism. These include all known clotting factors except factor VII. Significantly decreased levels of any of these factors results in prolonged APTT results because the penultimate product thrombin, forms more slowly than usual.  Agents which interfere with any part of this mechanism may also prolong an APTT. Thus the APTT test can be used to monitor anticoagulants such as heparin, to assess resistance to activated protein C and detect antibodies against clotting factors in mixing tests. It can also be used to detect lupus inhibitors which interfere with the low, rate-limiting level of phospholipid in the Intrinsin LS reagent. Intrinsin LR contains excess phospholipid and is therefore more resistant to these agents. Our APTT is a coherent, liquid stable product and when frozen can be repeatedly used without losing it’s activity. We guarantee a competitive price for our reagents. ​

Also available in bulk powders, please contact us for further information.

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