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C-reactive protein turbidimetric immunoassay system

Summary Information: C-reactive protein turbidimetric immunoassay system

C-reactive protein turbidimetric immunoassay system: A C-reactive protein (CRP) turbidimetric immunoassay system is a laboratory method used to measure the blood level of CRP, which is produced from the liver and indicates acute, systemic inflammation. This system is based on a detectable interaction between CRP and a specific antibody. This system is used to monitor disease risk or progression and is not used to diagnose any particular disease.

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