Verichem Laboratories, Providence, RI, now offers the Tru-Zero Bilirubin Standard as part of its extensive line of liquid stable, protein based, Total and Direct Bilirubin standard materials. With a verified concentration level of 0.0 mg/dL for both Total and Direct Bilirubin assays, the material is intended for the calibration verification of Total and Direct bilirubin assays with a number of chemistry testing systems including, but not limited to, those available from Abbott Diagnostics, Advanced Instruments, Beckman Coulter, Roche Diagnostics, and Siemens Healthineers.
Verichem Laboratories’ Tru-Zero Bilirubin Standard incorporates a proprietary stabilization process, which eliminates the need for azide, glycol, or surfactants. The product features a refrigerated open-vial product stability claim of five days, with a shelf-life of 14 months when stored at from 2 degrees to 8 degrees Celsius. It is supplied ready-to-use and requires no special reconstitution procedures or diluents.
The Tru-Zero Bilirubin Standard is conveniently packaged in amber serum vials, with rubber-lined closures for added security, containing five milliliters of material, with each kit containing two vials. Used in conjunction with Verichem Laboratories’ five-level Bilirubin Standard Kit (Cat. No. 9450) and the 9436 Bilirubin Standard-Level F (Cat. No. 9436), it becomes part of an all-encompassing set of Total and Direct Bilirubin Standard Materials for CLIA calibration verification. As such, this standard is certain to address the needs of a wide variety of medical laboratory professionals, in both routine clinical and in vitro diagnostics (IVD) product development settings.
Verichem Laboratories serves the clinical laboratory testing and IVD manufacturing markets with a comprehensive line of calibration verification products, chemistry standards, reference materials, and support services—including free, instant online data reduction reports for CLIA compliance.
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