HDL-Cholesterol Assay Kit

HDL-Cholesterol Assay Kit
  • Measures HDL cholesterol levels present in plasma or serum samples
  • Provides sufficient reagents which includes blanks, cholesterol standards, and unknown samples enough to perform 96 assays


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HDL-Cholesterol Assay Kit
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96 assays
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Cell Biolabs’ HDL-Cholesterol Assay Kit is a simple fluorometric assay that can measure the amounts of HDL cholesterol present in plasma or serum samples within a 96-well microtiter plate format.  Each kit provides sufficient reagents to perform up to 96 assays, including blanks, cholesterol standards and unknown samples.  Sample cholesterol concentrations are determined by comparison with a known cholesterol standard. 

Assay Principle for the Total Cholesterol Assay (Fluorometric).

Cholesterol Standard Curve.

Cholesterol Values of Human Serum Tested Before and After Precipitation Using the HDL-Cholesterol Assay Kit.

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