How the elisa works
Sample the amount of 100ul/well of the standard solution at 20000pg/ml, 10000pg/ml, 5000pg/ml, 2500pg/ml, 1250pg/ml, 625pg/ml, 312pg/ml human Serpin C1 standard solutions into the precoated 96-well plate. Add 0.1ml of the sample diluent buffers into the control well (Zero well). Add 0.1ml of each properly diluted sample of human cell culture supernatant, serum, plasma (heparin, EDTA, citrate) or urine to each empty well. See “Sample dilutions Guideline” above for details. We recommend that each human Serpin C1 standard solution and each sample is measured in duplicate.
More gene info
Antithrombin III is the most important inhibitor of thrombin and other coagulation proteinases. It belongs to the serine proteinase inhibitor (serpin) superfamily of inhibitors and structurally related proteins, which contain reactive centers that have evolved to attract and entrap certain proteinases. Inherited antithrombin III deficiency (AT3D) is a risk factor for the early development of venous thromboembolism (THPH7). Antithrombin III regulates clot formation both by inhibiting thrombin activity directly and by interfering with earlier stages of the clotting cascade. By in situ hybridization and quantitative analysis of DNA dosage in carriers of chromosome 1 deletions, AT3 is mapped to 1q23-q25. The AT3 gene has 7 exons. It contains 9 complete and 1 partial repetitive ALU sequence elements, which occur in the introns of the gene at a higher frequency (about 22% of the intron sequence) than in the genome as a whole (about 5%).