Anti-Phosphatidic Acid IgG/IgM

Anti-Phosphatidic Acid IgG/IgM is an ELISA test for the quantitative determination of IgG and IgM antibodies against phosphatidic acid in human serum or plasma.

Phosphatidic acid antibodies are almost without exception detected together with cardiolipin and/or phosphatidyl serine antibodies. Their presence is an indicator of antiphospholipid syndrome (APS) and is helpful in assessing the risk of thrombosis in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and lupus-like diseases. In addition to purified phosphatidic acid as antigen, the wells of this test are additionally coated with human beta-2-glycoprotein as cofactor.


Product Number ORG 537
Tests12 x 8 tests
CalibrationHarris sera, IRP 97/656 (IgG), HCAL (IgG) / EY2C9 (IgM)
RangeIgG: 0 - 100 GPL-U/ml; IgM: 0 - 100 MPL-U/ml
Cut-offIgG: 10 GPL-U/ml; IgM: 10 MPL-U/ml
Coating phosphatidic acid

ORG 229G   ORG 229M   ORG 237G   ORG 237M  


ORG 529   ORG 555  


Instruction for Use
Safety Data Sheet

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Instruction for Use Revision 3. Earlier versions and additional languages can be found in the document archive.