Smaller laboratories can now offer a complete lipid profile using the proven technology of the Helena Cholesterol Profile. QuickGel Cholesterol allows direct- not calculated - simultaneous measurement of HDL, LDL, VLDL and Lp(a) Cholesterol. Direct measurement of these cholesterol fractions is the only way to correctly adjust treatment of the CVD patient and assess risk for the new patient. Recent publications have proven the lipoprotein(a) is a causative factor for coronary disease and should be part of any risk assessment. It is also important to screen menopausal women for Lp(a) cholesterol levels. Because the Helena Cholesterol Profile assay measures the cholesterol content of the Lp(a) fraction and is unaffected by isoform size, it has been proven analytically superior to mass assays.
The QuickGel Chamber provides temperature-controlled electrophoresis, incubation, and drying in a tiny 8.5” x 10.5" footprint. The QuickGel Chamber can be used with most external electrophoresis power supplies. Carbon electrodes are built directly into the chamber lid. With a quick change of the lid, the QuickGel Chamber also serves as an incubator and dryer. No additional equipment or expense.
|9107||Service Manual for QuickGel Chamber|
|3543T||QuickGel Cholesterol Kit||10 x 10 samples|
Kit includes: 10 QuickGel Cholesterol Gels, Citric Acid Destain, 10 QuickGel Blotters A and C, 20 QuickGel Blotter X, 10 QuickGel Templates, SPIFE Cholesterol Reagent and SPIFE Cholesterol Diluent
For SPIFE QuickGel Cholesterol Kit, see Cat No 3443.
|3218||Cholesterol Profile Control||5 x 1.0 mL|
The lyophilized controls are prepared from human plasma and are assayed for HDL, LDL, and VLDL Cholesterol and Lipoprotein(a). Reconstituted controls are stable for 5 days stored at 2 to 8-C.