Cells and tissues that are part of the body’s immune system respond to inflammatory stimuli, such as pathogens, damaged cells, and irritants, and produce various inflammatory reactions. The inflammation response is designed to eliminate the initial cause of injury to cells and tissues, and can be classified as acute or chronic.
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The Abbott menu offers a wide range of clinical chemistry and immunoassays to assist your laboratory in inflammatory disorders. An example of a common acute phase reactant is CRP and an example of a chronic marker is RF resulting from rheumatoid arthritis.
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