Detects all known alleles of HLA-C with one amplification and one strip
INNO-LiPA HLA-C is a line probe assay for the molecular typing of human leukocyte antigen (HLA) C alleles at allele group level (Cw*01 – Cw*18).
Product number 80342
INNO-LiPA HLA-C Amplification
Product number 80343
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Features & Benefits
More informative than serology
- INNO-LiPA HLA-C yields more information on genetic variation
- New alleles mainly appear as new probe patterns, not blanks
- Null alleles can be detected
- Reagents are synthesized and are therefore not limited in quantity
- Reagents are standardized to show minimal batch-to-batch differences
- INNO-LiPA HLA-C utilizes DNA samples that are easy to transport
- Cell viability or surface expression is not important
- One strip replaces multiple testing
- INNO-LiPA HLA-C can be used for large batch analysis
- One technician – one to one hundred samples – one working day
- The LiPA technique is easy to perform
- Automation is possible using TENDIGO™ and Auto-LiPA™ 48
- Objective interpretation of data with LiRAS® for LiPA HLA software
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