Urea Assays

Urea Assay
  • Detects as low as 0.78 mg/dL urea (colorimetric) or .098 mg/dL urea (fluorometric).
  • Measures urea levels within urine, serum, plasma, cell lysates, or tissue homogenates
  • Provides sufficient reagents to perform up to 200 assays, including blanks, urea standards and unknown samples
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Urea Assay Kit (Colorimetric)
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200 assays
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Urea Assay Kit (Fluorometric)
Catalog Number
200 assays
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Cell Biolabs’ Urea Assay Kits measure urea levels within urine, serum, plasma, cell lysates, or tissue homogenates. Samples are compared to a known concentration of urea standard within a 96-well microtiter plate format.  Each kit provides sufficient reagents to perform up to 200 assays, including blanks, urea standards and unknown samples.

Urea Assay Standard Curve.

Human Urine Sample Dilutions Tested with the Urea Assay Kit.

Human Plasma and Serum Sample Dilutions Tested with the Urea Assay Kit.

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