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  • Human Hemoglobin A1c 1.0 mg

    $279.00

    hHbA1c is prepared from lysed human blood cells by sequential ion-exchange chromatographic methods. Essentially free of HbA1a, HbA1b and HbA0a0, the purified protein is validated by HPLC methods and carbohydrate analysis, and is suitable as a reference material for hHbA1ctesting. The reported concentration is determined by Drabkins assay. The material is supplied in liquid form in dilute…

  • Human Hemoglobin A1a, A1b mixture 1.0 mg 

    $399.00

    h Hemoglobin A1a and A1b is a mixture of hemoglobin fractions prepared by ion-exchange chromatography. It is essentially free of HbA0. The purity is validated by HPLC, and reported concentration is determined by Drabkins assay. The material is supplied in liquid form in dilute potassium cyanide-phosphate buffer. The concentration varies with manufacturing lot, but the…

  • Human Hemoglobin

    Human Hemoglobin A0 (HbA0) 5.0mg 

    $179.00

    Hemoglobin A0 is prepared from lysed human blood cells by sequential ion-exchange. It is a mixture of non-glycated and glycated hemoglobin A0 fractions, but is essentially free of HbA1a, HbA1b, HbA1c and HbF. The protein is validated by HPIEC methods, and is suitable as a primary standard in chromatographic or immunologic analyses. The reported concentration is determined…

  • Deglycated Human Hemoglobin A0 (HbA0) 5.0 mg

    $179.00

    hHbA0 is a non-glycated fraction of human hemoglobin A0 prepared from lysed human blood cells by sequential ion-exchange and affinity chromatographic methods. It has less than 0.05 glyco groups per hemoglobin molecule, and is free of HbA1a, HbA1b HbA1c, HbF and glycated hemoglobin species. The protein is validated by HPLC methods, and is suitable as a primary…

  • Glycated Human Hemoglobin A0 (HbA0) 1.0 mg 

    Glyco-hemoglobin is the glycated fraction of human hemoglobin A0 prepared from lysed human blood cells by sequential ion-exchange and affinity chromatographic methods. It has 0.5-2.0 glyco groups per hemoglobin molecule, but it is free of HbA1a, HbA1b, HbA1c and HbF. The protein is validated by HPLC methods, and is suitable as a primary standard in chromatographic or…