05 octobre 2012

Collection and Panels of Beta2-Microglobulin

Beta2 microglobulin can be determined in urine, serum, or plasma samples. It is not necessary to draw the sample in a fasting state, and no special preparations are necessary. Blood is collected by venipuncture in a red-top tube and centrifuged to separate serum from cells after clot formation. Samples may be stored refrigerated at 2-8°C for 5 days. For longer storage (up to 6 months), samples should be stored frozen at -20°C. To avoid repeated thawing and freezing, the samples should be aliquoted. Bilirubin and hemolysis do not... [Lire la suite]
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