Albumin (human) ELISA

Article number: K 6330



Pack size

96 Tests

Standard concentrations included in the kit

12.5-800 µg/l

Possible sample matrix and volumes

Urine 10 µl
Stool 15 mg

Incubation periods

  1. 1 hour
  2. 1 hour
  3. 15 minutes


Regulatory Status

CE marked not for sale in the US

Albumin reflects the major protein in human plasma (40-60%). It is synthetized in the liver depending on protein uptake. Albumin in fecal samples refers to an inflammation reaction combined with intestinal bleeding. Elevated levels of albumin and hemoglobin in stool is found not only by colorectal carzinoma, but also with polyps and during chronic inflammatory diseases (Morbus Crohn or Colitis Ulcerosa).