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Faq: Can Chromogenix Coamatic® Antithrombin be used to measure mouse plasma?

Faq: Chromogenix Coamatic® Heparin is optimized for use with and without exogenous antithrombin. When is it recommended to add exogenous AT, and why?

Faq: Compare hirudin with heparin. How can hirudin level be determined?

Faq: Describe heparin's interaction with antithrombin. Why is the anti-FXa method a better way to measure heparin activity?

Faq: Even though there is documentation that the anti-FXa method is better, how could a researcher determine antithrombin in plasma based on a thrombin method?

Faq: How does heparin interact with antithrombin? Why is the anti-FXa method a better way to measure heparin activity?

Faq: How should I make my standard pre-dilutions? It is not very clear from the Chromogenix Coamatic® Antithrombin package insert.

Faq: I am getting lower levels of antithrombin than expected. What could I be doing wrong?

Faq: I need an assay that complies with the USP monograph for the determination of heparin activity. What test kits are suitable?

Faq: Protein concentrations in plasma

Faq: What are the types of antithrombin deficiency, and the clinical manifestations. What treatment options are available?

Faq: What CPT codes should I use?

Faq: What is the Chromogenix Coamatic® Antithrombin measurement principle?

Faq: What is the Chromogenix Coamatic® LR Antithrombin measurement principle?

Faq: What is the clinical significance of Protein S?

Faq: What is the conversion factor for Antithrombin from IU to mg?

Faq: What is the difference between Chromogenix Coamatic® Heparin, Coatest® Heparin and the discontinued Coatest® Low Molecular Weight Heparin / Heparin?

Faq: What is the function of antithrombin and what is its interaction with thrombin and heparin?

Faq: What substrate research methods are available?

Faq: Why did Chromogenix discontinue Coatest® Antithrombin and replace it with Coamatic® Antithrombin?