Third Party Diagnostic Assays
Third Party Diagnostic Assays
Randox offer over 100 diagnostic reagents covering more than 100 disease markers. Our test panels include cardiology, lipids, specific proteins, therapeutic drug monitoring, antioxidants, diabetes and veterinary diagnostics. Randox reagents are internationally recognised as being of the ‘highest quality’, delivering accurate traceability and precise patient results.
Our methodologies ensure accurate and reliable results compared to traditional methods.
Comprehensive Test Menu
A broad testing panel of 115 diagnostic assays including routine as well as niche reagents unique to Randox
Excellent correlations to gold standard & commercial methods providing confidence in patient results
Applications are available for a range of clinical chemistry analysers offering convenience of use
Dedicated Reagent Bottles
Availability of reagents in instrument dedicated bottles, reducing operator time
Versatile test menu enabling laboratories to reduce costs with in-house testing
Randox provide reagents that are applicable for a wide range of testing panels including the below.
Rapid Tests & Serology
Therapeutic Drug Monitoring
Cardiology & Lipid Testing
Clinical Chemistry Testing
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Reagents by instrument
Randox develop and manufacture reagents that can be used on a variety of clinical chemistry analysers. Randox also supply the applications detailing settings for these instruments. All kits are produced to international standard and have ISO 13485 accreditation. See reagents available for the instruments below.
Beckman Coulter AU Systems including DxC700AU
Hitachi 917/Modular P
Mindray BS Series
Roche Cobas 4000 / 6000 / 8000
Thermo Konelab 20i / 30i / 60i
The A-Z Range of Randox Reagents
Select an assay below for more information. Our reagents are suitable for open channels on third party instruments.
ALANINE AMINOTRANSFERASE (ALT)
ANTI-STREPTOLYSIN O (ASO)
ASPARTATE AMINOTRANSFERASE (AST)
CRP FULL RANGE
CRP HIGH SENSITIVITY
GLUTATHIONE PEROXIDASE (Ransel)
LACTATE DEHYDROGENASE – LD Opt (LDH P-L)
LACTATE DEHYDROGENASE – LD Opt (LDH L-P)
NEFA (NON ESTERIFIED FATTY ACIDS)
SOLUBLE TRANSFERRIN RECEPTOR (sTfR)
SUPEROXIDE DIMUTASE (RANSOD)
TOTAL ANTIOXIDANT STATUS (TAS)
TOTAL IRON BINDING CAPACITY (TIBC)
Randox diagnostic tests are out of this world!
The scientists here at Randox work hard on research and development, to ensure that we are producing the highest quality range of clinical diagnostic tests on the market. Excitingly, as a result American astronauts have recently enlisted our help to test their antioxidant levels before they go to space!
Why do astronauts need their antioxidant levels tested?
It is very important for astronauts to monitor their health and take plenty of antioxidant supplements in order to prevent bodily damage and to survive long periods of time in space! The main concern is to monitor and control the levels of free radicals in the body as well as to prevent damage from radiation which can cause bone and muscle loss and diminished immunity.
What can antioxidants prevent the astronauts against?
Bone loss – Bone loss can happen during long periods of microgravity (weightlessness), where astronauts can suffer from calcium, vitamin D and vitamin K deficiency. Vitamin supplementation paired with exercise can protect against this.
Vision-related hazards – Astronauts can suffer from degraded vision, caused by a shortage of vitamin B, especially vitamin B9 (folic acid).
Magnesium deficiencies – There can be a lack of magnesium due to a loss of fluid volume in the blood circulation which can cause damage to DNA stabilisation. This lowers the ability of mitochondria to produce cellular energy (mitochondria is part of the cell related to respiration and energy production).
Memory loss – Lipoic acid can reduce the risk of astronauts developing memory problems which can occur through being exposed to radiation.
Radiation – A reduction in the capacity of astronaut antioxidant defence systems and damage to DNA can occur due to exposure to space radiation. Vitamins A, C, E, zinc, selenium, glutathione and sulphur compounds are all nutrients which should be supplemented to their diet to counter these effects.
The Total Antioxidant Status (TAS) test from Randox can help give astronauts an overall picture of their antioxidant health, which helps them manage their wellbeing in space. To find out more about Randox antioxidant testing, download our Antioxidant Products brochure, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.