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Retinol-binding protein turbidimetric immunoassay system

Summary Information: Retinol-binding protein turbidimetric immunoassay system

Retinol-binding protein turbidimetric immunoassay system: A retinol-binding protein (RBP) turbidimetric immunoassay system is a laboratory method used to measure the blood and/or urine concentration of RBP, which is involved in vitamin A transport. This system is based on a readily detectable interaction between RBP and an RBP-specific antibody.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: Retinol-binding protein turbidimetric immunoassay system

These diseases are related to the medical device Retinol-binding protein turbidimetric immunoassay system:

  • Monitor kidney disease
  • Monitor kidney transplant recipients
  • Liver disease

Other Names For Retinol-binding protein turbidimetric immunoassay system

  • Retinol-binding protein assay system
  • RBP assay system
  • RBP4 assay system
  • Retinol-binding protein nephelometry system
  • RBP nephelometry system
  • RBP turbidimetric immunoassay system
  • RBP4 turbidimetric immunoassay system

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