Transferrin/FOB and Hb-Hp Combo Rapid Test

Transferrin/FOB and Hb-Hp Combo Rapid Test

Colorectal cancer is cancer that occurs in the colon or rectum, and affects both men and women of all racial and ethnic groups, and is most often found in people aged 50 years or older.

Fecal occult blood should be an important indicator in the diagnostic evaluation of patients with suspected gastrointestinal bleeding of any etiology, not just as an indication of colorectal cancer. The presence of human hemoglobin in feces is inadequate as a screening test for stomach cancer (upper gastrointestinal disorders), because of human hemoglobin derived from the upper digestive tract is broken down in the intestinal tract (the antigenicity is lost).

Detection of fecal transferrin, which is more stable in stool than hemoglobin, provides an alternative way of diagnosing the disease in the upper digestive tract.

Blood in the stool may be the only symptom of cancer, but not all blood in the stool is caused by cancer.The Hemoglobin-Haptoglobin Complex Rapid Test immunological test based on the detection of the Hemoglobin-Haptoglobin (Hb-Hp) complex. Meguro, who also found excellent sensitivity and fecal extracts the Hb-Hp complex was more stable than unbound hemoglobin. Thus, in patients with proximal colorectal bleeding, the Hb-Hp complex could probably be detectable in stool, even after a longer passage.

Ordering Information

Product Description: Transferrin/FOB and Hb-Hp Combo Rapid Test
Test Specimen: Feces
Test Format: Cassette
Test Pack: 25T

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