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ADP REAGENT   Adenosine-5'-Diphosphate

Catalog No.  101312

ADP Reagent (Adenosine-5'-Diphosphate) is for routine use in eliciting a concentration dependent activation or aggregation response in a Platelet Rich Plasma sample.

  • Induces Platelet Shape Change

  • Causes Primary Platelet Aggregation

  • Generates Thromboxane A2

  • Responsible for Secondary Aggregation Induced by Granule Release

  • Indicates Occurrence of Disaggregation Response

  • Shows Blockade Effects on P2Y1, P2Y12, and P2X1 Receptors

  • Displays Effects of LVAD on Platelet Function

PRODUCT DETAILS

When added to platelet rich plasma, ADP stimulates platelets to change their shape and aggregate.

Aggregation induced by exogenous ADP is referred to as primary aggregation and is reversible. Normal platelets will further respond by releasing endogenous ADP from their granules. Release of endogenous ADP results in a secondary wave of aggregation which is irreversible.

Net Contents:  3 x 0.5 mL

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