Recombinant human C-reactive protein from Microorganism
(Diagnostic Reagent Grade)
|Appearance:||Liquid, No color|
|Stability:||Stable at 4°C|
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|pH Stability :||pH 7.4-8.6|
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This recombinant human CRP can be used for control/standard for immunoassay
C-reactive protein (CRP) is a pentameric protein found in the blood plasma. The level of CRP rises in response to inflammation. CRP is tested in hospitals as a marker of inflammation. It is known that CRP is synthesized by the liver.
There are few known factors other that interfere with CRP production. One of them is Interferon alpha. CRP production is inhibited by Interferon alpha. So, relatively low levels of CRP is found during viral infections.
Measuring CRP values is useful in determining disease progress or the effectiveness of treatments.