Barbiturates Urine Drug Test Strip is a rapid, visual, sensitive immunoassay test. The test is based on the principle of the high affinity and specific antibody and antigen reaction. It can be performed without the use of an instrument. The test utilizes a monoclonal antibody to selectively detect elevated levels of Barbiturates in urine at a cut-off level of 300ng/ml.
• High sensitivity, simple, easy.
• CE & ISO approved.
• Model No:BAR-U01D.
Casein refers to a family of proteins commonly found in mammalian milk. Approximately 80% of bovine milk proteins are caseins which are composed of α-, β- and κ-caseins. This protein fraction is the main component in cheese and is frequently used as a food additive.
Caseins also represent heat-stable allergens. Bovine milk is one of the most important allergenic food ingredients, especially for children. Consequently, the labeling of casein or milk is mandatory in many countries all over the world.
Although there are no legal threshold limits for casein, it is highly recommended that food manufacturers test for very low casein concentrations in order to protect allergic individuals and to avoid allergen-related recalls.
Fast and highly sensitive casein analysis
The Romer Labs casein test kit portfolio covers ELISAs and LFDs for the quantitative and qualitative analysis of casein in environmental samples, rinse waters and finished food products.
Detection of fining agents in wine
Casein is an organic compound frequently used as a fining agent in winemaking. In the fining process, casein is added to bind to suspended particles that will precipitate from the wine.
For wine samples, Romer Labs offers the validated AgraQuant® Casein ELISA and the AgraStrip® Casein LFD with a special wine extraction buffer specifically developed for wine analysis.
Note:Could be customized under your request
1. High sensitivity, simple, easy.
2. Accuracy: >99%.
3. CE & ISO approved.
4. Specimen: Urine.
5. Model No:BZO-U02D
The BZO Rapid Test Device (Urine) detects Benzodiazepines through visual interpretation of color development
on the Device. Drug conjugates are immobilized on the test region of the membrane. During testing, the specimen
reacts with antibodies conjugated to colored particles and precoated on the sample pad. The mixture then
migratesthrough the membrane by capillary action, and interacts with reagents on the membrane. If there are
insufficient drug molecules in the specimen, the antibody-colored particle conjugate will bind to the drug conjugates,
forming a colored band at the test region of the membrane. Therefore, a colored band appears in the test region
when the urine is negative for the drug. If drug molecules are present in the urine above the cut-off concentration
of the test, they compete with the immobilized drug conjugate on the test region for limited antibody binding sites.
This will prevent attachment of the antibody-colored particle conjugate to the test region. Therefore, the absence
of a colored band at the test region indicates a positive result. The appearance of a colored band at the control
region serves as a procedural control, indicating that the proper volume of specimen has been added and
membrane wicking has occurred.
Allow test device,urine specimen,and/or controls to equilibrate to room temperature (15-30°C) prior to testing.