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Transferrin (liquid) assay

Product Method Size Catalog Price Quantity
Transferrin (liquid) assay Immunoturbidimetric R1 6 x 20ml, R2 3 x 14ml TF3831 $1500.76
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  • Format
    Liquid ready to use
  • Assay Range
    7.6 - 1500mg/dl
  • Working Stability 15-25 °C
  • Working Stability 2-8 °C
    Stable to expiry
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Intended Use

A Transferrin test system is a device intended for the quantitative in vitro determination of transferrin concentration in serum. This product is suitable for use on the RX Series instruments which includes the Rx Daytona and Rx Imola.

Clinical Significance

Transferrin (siderophilin) is the principal iron binding protein in human plasma and can bind two molecules of iron; it is responsible for transporting iron to the liver, spleen and bone marrow. Plasma levels of Transferrin are regulated by the availability of iron and increase when plasma iron is low. Levels correlate well with the Total Iron Binding Capacity (TIBC) of serum.

Decreased levels of transferrin in the blood may be hereditary (atransferrinemia) or due to poor production of transferrin in the liver or a loss of transferrin through the kidneys. Transferrin is extremely important in the production of hemoglobin which is impaired when transferrin levels are low, low levels can therefore lead to anemia in some individuals.

The normal range for healthy adults is between 200-400 mg/dl with levels also increased during pregnancy, estrogen administration, iron deficiency, inflammation, malignancy, liver disease, malnutrition and protein loss.


Sample is reacted with a buffer containing antibody specific for human transferrin (siderophilin). The absorbance of the resulting turbid solution is proportional to the concentration of transferrin in the sample. By constructing a standard curve from the absorbance of standards, transferrin concentration of sample can be determined.

Available Applications

  • RX dedicated