Human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) is a glycoprotein secreted by placental trophoblast cells and is abundant in the blood and urine of pregnant women. The content of HCG in the body is very low when a woman is not pregnant. After pregnancy, the HCG level in the body will rise sharply in a short period and remain until the level of non-pregnancy is restored after childbirth. Therefore, detection of HCG concentration is a reliable indicator to determine pregnancy.
|Description||Type||Item NO||Source||Application||Recommend to use for|
|HCG-9G9(α chain)||mAb||GHMA034-3||mouse||EIA, LF, Fluorescent||Coating|
|HCG-6B12(β chain)||mAb||GHMA024-3||mouse||EIA, LF, Fluorescent||Labeling|