Specific proteins are valuable markers for a variety of diseases including microbial infections, inflammatory response, cardiac risk and even cancer. The complement system is a family of proteins that is integral in the destruction of viruses and bacteria, and is a major part of the immune system. Abbott assays test proteins in this system, enabling diagnosis and monitoring of immune system conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis.
For in vitro diagnostic use.
Consider the advantages of consolidating your testing to a single harmonized platform in parallel with your routine testing.
Abbott provides a broad spectrum of specific protein assays which enable diagnosis and management of many immune system related diseases. These assays include testing levels of the complement system to monitor inflammatory response and to help diagnose and monitor autoimmune diseases.
Learn More about Proteins by visiting our Knowledge Center and downloading the Protein Learning Guide.
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