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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: Describe the measurement principle behind the discontinued Chromogenix Coamatic® Plasmin Inhibitor kit.

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

Faq: If thrombin is formed, will it hydrolyze the substrate S-2765™ when using Chromogenix Coamatic®, Coatest® SP, or Coatest® SP4 FVIII kits?

Faq: In the Chromogenix Coamatic® Protein C assay, what substances could interfere with the assay, how will they affect results, and what can be done to overcome the interference?

Faq: Is there any influence from alpha2-macroglobulin? If so, how can it be overcome?

Faq: Sometimes when I run the Chromogenix Coamatic® FVIII assay, I see an upward drift in my activity from the first to the last samples. Why is this?

Faq: We know that low levels of factor VIII activity constitutes hemophilia A, but are there any clinical manifestations of elevated factor VIII levels? How can a researcher measure elevated FVIII levels?

Faq: What is the advantage of using the Chromogenix Coamatic® FVIII over a clotting test?

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

Faq: What is the Chromogenix Coamatic® Factor VIII measurement principle?

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

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

Faq: What is the Chromogenix Coamatic® Protein C measurement principle?

Faq: What is the difference between Chromogenix Coamatic® FVIII, Coatest® SP FVIII, and Coatest® SP FVIII?

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

Faq: What was the measurement principle behind the discontinued Coamatic® Plasminogen?

Faq: When exogenous AT is desired, how should it be added in the Chromogenix Coamatic® Heparin test?

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

Faq: Why is thrombin added in the Chromogenix Coamatic® FVIII factor reagent?

Faq: Will elevated levels of plasminogen interfere with the Chromogenix Coamatic® Plasmin Inhibitor test?