Clinic Tools

Published on 2015/2/27 11:53:13

Our heparinases and chromogenic substrates have been used in diagnostic kits for blood clotting tests.

Heparinase I and heparinase II are used as additives in kits to neutralize residual heparin. Besides, a brand-new kind of heparinase designed for antithrombin assays has been developed and applied to heparin cofactor II.

Chromogenic substrate H-D-Phe-Pip-Arg-pNA·2HCl is used to determine antithrombin concentration in human blood. Though most customers determine antithrombin via an anti-FIIa approach, we develop an anti-FXa approach to do the same determination.

Since 2014, we have provided some chemically modified carbohydrates for anti-tumour research, such as UDP-GalNAz.

Click the following links to see more information about chromogenic substrates tailored for clinic tests.