Phosphorus (Inorganic)

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Key Benefits

Exceptional correlation

The Phosphorus (Inorganic) assay showed a correlation of r=0.99 against another commercially available method

Applications available

For a wide variety of clinical chemistry analysers including the RX series

Excellent precision

The Phosphorus (Inorganic) assay has a precision of less than 4% CV

Other features

  • UV method
  • Liquid ready-to-use reagents
  • Stable to expiry when stored at 15-25⁰C
  • Measuring range 0.144-8.13 mmol/l
Cat NoSizeAnalyserEasy Read
Easy Fit
 
(S) Indicates standard included in kit
PH1016300ml (S)General Use--
PH2810480T (BCP)Siemens Dimension
PH3820R1 6 x 20ml
R2 3 x 20ml
RX Daytona/Imola
Hitachi 717/911/912/704/902


PH38726 x 20mlRX Suzuka
Hitachi 717/911/912/704/902


PH7965R1 6 x 50ml
R2 3 x 50ml
Hitachi 717/911/912/704/902
RX Daytona/Imola


PH8048R1 6 x 68ml
R2 6 x 35ml
RX Suzuka
Abbott Architect
Hitachi 917/Mod P
Konelab 20i/30i/60i
Beckman Coulter AU Series








PH8328R1 4 x 12.7ml
R2 4 x 7.1ml
RX Daytona +/Monaco
Abbott Architect
Hitachi 917/Mod P
Konelab 20i/30i/60i
Beckman Coulter AU Series








Instrument Specific Applications (ISA’s) are available for a wide range of biochemistry analysers.  Contact us to enquire about your specific analyser.

What is Phosphorus (Inorganic) assay used for?

The human body contains approximately one kilogram of phosphorous. The calcium phosphate salts which comprise the inorganic substance of bone account for approximately 80% of the total phosphorous content. The remainder is distributed throughout other cells of the body primarily as organic phosphorous in phospholipids and phosphoproteins. Measurements of phosphorus (inorganic) are used in the diagnosis and treatment of various disorders including parathyroid gland and kidney diseases, and vitamin D imbalance.

  • Kauther, M.D., et al. Biochemical markers of particle induced osteolysis in C57BL/6 mice. Clin. Chem. Lab. Med., 2010, 48 (11): 1641-1646
  • Kauther, M.D., et al. Calcitonin substitution in calcitonin deficiency reduces particle-induced osteolysis. BMC Musculoskelet. Disord. 2011, 12: 186
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