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EPINEPHRINE REAGENT   Adrenaline

Catalog No.  101311

Epinephrine Reagent (Adrenaline) is for routine use in platelet studies for the evaluation of hypersensitivity of platelets in Platelet Rich Plasma and evaluation of platelet responses to a weak agonist.

  • Induces Platelet Aggregation and Serotonin Release

  • Produces Secondary Aggregation Wave when Alpha Granules Release ADP

  • Potentiates Aggregation by Other Agonists

  • Used in Testing for Sticky Platelet Syndrome

  • Does Not Induce Shape Change

TECHNICAL BULLETIN

PRODUCT DETAILS

When added to platelet rich plasma, Epinephrine stimulates platelets to aggregate. Aggregation induced by Epinephrine is referred to as primary aggregation.   Normal platelets will further respond by releasing endogenous ADP from their granules. Release of endogenous ADP results in a secondary wave of aggregation.

Net Contents:   3 x 0.5 mL

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