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Invest in Accurate Results with Our Trusted von Willebrand Reagents

Bio/Data Corporation stands at the forefront of diagnostic innovation, offering a comprehensive array of von Willebrand Factor Assay Products designed to address the intricate nuances of von Willebrand Disease. As a pioneering force in the medical diagnostics industry, Bio/Data Corporation has developed a full line of specialized reagents and diagnostic tools meticulously crafted for the precise evaluation of von Willebrand Factor (vWF). From cutting-edge Ristocetin CoFactor Assays to advanced von Willebrand Factor Assay testing kits, these products are instrumental in providing accurate diagnoses, monitoring disease progression, and guiding tailored treatment strategies. With a commitment to excellence and a focus on improving patient outcomes, Bio/Data Corporation's von Willebrand Products play a pivotal role in enhancing the efficiency and efficacy of clinical assessments, ultimately contributing to an elevated standard of care for individuals affected by von Willebrand Disease.

Ristocetin 10 - 15mg
AggRecetin Ristocetin Reagent

Catalog # 100970

Lyophilized Platelets
Lyophilized Platelet 4mL

Catalog # 101595 

vW Normal
Control Plasma
vW Normal Control Plasma

Catalog # 106426

Ristocetin 100mg
AggRecetin Ristocetin Reagent Bulk

Catalog # 101241

Tris Buffered Saline
Tris Buffered Saline

Catalog # 100991

vW Normal Reference
vW Normal Reference Plasma

Catalog # 101269

Combo Kit
BETA/PA - ADP, Collagen, and Ristocetin

Catalog # 101580

vW Abnormal
Control Plasma
vW Abnormal Control Plasma

Catalog # 101270

vW Select®
vW Select

Catalog # 106730

Lyophilized Platelets
Lyophilized Platelet 10mL

Catalog # 101258  

vW Factor Assay®
vW Factor Assay

Catalog # 103025

von Willebrand Disease, a bleeding disorder, necessitates the utilization of specialized reagents associated with von Willebrand Factor (vWF) for both accurate diagnosis and continuous monitoring. At the heart of this crucial assessment lies the indispensable von Willebrand Factor, a key player in the intricate process of blood clotting. Understanding its function becomes pivotal not only for diagnosis but also for tailoring effective treatment strategies and enhancing the overall management of this condition. Consequently, this contributes to a substantial improvement in the quality of life for individuals affected by von Willebrand Disease.

In the realm of von Willebrand testing, various key elements and assays come into play, each bearing significance in the comprehensive evaluation of the disorder. One such element is Ristocetin CoFactor (RCoF), an essential component in assessing von Willebrand Factor activity. The Ristocetin CoFactor Activity, often measured through a Ristocetin Cofactor Assay, provides valuable insights into the functionality of vWF. Interpretation of the Ristocetin Cofactor Assay results, including understanding the normal range, is pivotal in establishing a precise diagnosis.

In the diagnostic toolkit, the vW Factor Assay Kit is an instrumental resource, facilitating the measurement of both von Willebrand Factor antigen and activity. Low von Willebrand Factor activity and low von Willebrand Factor antigen are indicators that necessitate close attention, as they may signify the presence of von Willebrand Disease or its variants, such as pseudo von Willebrand Disease.

The Ristocetin-induced Platelet Aggregation (RIPA) test on a platelet-rich plasma (PRP) sample is a vital component in assessing platelet function in the context of von Willebrand Disease. Additionally, Ristocetin Platelet Aggregation testing specifically for von Willebrand Disease, provide further avenues for comprehensive evaluation.

In the landscape of von Willebrand testing, various factors, including the von Willebrand Factor Antibody, play a role in deciphering the intricacies of the disorder. The Von Willebrand Factor Antigen Test, alongside the Von Willebrand Factor Test, contributes to a comprehensive understanding of the von Willebrand Factor's overall status. Furthermore, the Von Willebrand Ristocetin Cofactor adds another layer to the diagnostic process, aiding in refining the assessment of vWF functionality.

The vWF Activity results, along with the vWF Ristocetin Cofactor, collectively provide a comprehensive picture for clinicians. The von Willebrand Factor Test, becomes a cornerstone in tailoring personalized treatment plans for individuals with von Willebrand Disease, ultimately improving their prognosis and quality of life.

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