TRANSFERRIN

Transferrin is a glycoprotein synthesized in the liver. Determination of transferrin level in serum and plasma is used to assess the state of iron homeostasis. An increased level of transferrin is related to iron deficiency (e.g. as a result of malnutrition or disorders of the absorption process), it may also be associated with oral hormonal contraceptives or estrogens. Transferrin deficiency is often associated with cancer, nephrotic syndrome and liver disease. Transferrin is also a negative acute phase protein, which means that its concentration decreases in inflammation. In rare cases, hereditary atransferinemia is the cause of the decreased transferrin concentration.

Transferrin measurements are helpful in monitoring the effectiveness of the iron deficiency anemia (IDA) treatment.

Specification

Method

immunoturbidimetric

Specimen

serum, plasma

On board stability

up to 12 weeks

Calibration stability

up to 12 weeks

Measuring range

0,076-8 g/l

Regulatory status

CE IVD

Reagent lines

  • Multipurpose Line

  • ACCENT-200

  • ACCENT-300

  • A-400

  • A-800

  • Prestige 24i 
    Prestige 24i TRANSFERRIN (24 positions reagent tray)
    Prestige 24i TRANSFERRIN (36 positions reagent tray)

  • Biolis 50i

  • OS

Panels: anemia, hepatic, nutritional, pediatric screening, pregnancy, specific proteins

Available reagents

The specification was based on data determined on selected analyzers. We recommend that all users should refer to the instruction for use (IFU) and instruments’ user or service manuals before proceeding.

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