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Human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) is a glycoprotein secreted by placental trophoblast cells and is abundant in the blood and urine of pregnant women. The content of HCG in the body is very low when a woman is not pregnant. After pregnancy, the HCG level in the body will rise sharply in a short period and remain until the level of non-pregnancy is restored after childbirth. Therefore, detection of HCG concentration is a reliable indicator to determine pregnancy.

Description Type Item No Source  Use for Application
HCG-9G9(α chain) mAb GHMA034-3 mouse Coating ELISA,CLIA,LFT
HCG-6B12(β chain) mAb GHMA024-3 mouse Labeling ELISA,CLIA,LFT


Luteinizing hormone (LH) is a hormone that changes periodically with a woman’s menstrual cycle and stimulates the release of mature ovum from the ovaries. Measuring of LH contents in urine can be a very accurate indicator of ovulation.

Description Type Item No Source  Use for Application
α-LH mAb GHMA037 mouse / ELISA,CLIA,LFT
LH-9F1(β chain) mAb GHMA035 mouse Coating ELISA,CLIA,LFT
LH-11D3(β chain) mAb GHMA036 mouse Labeling ELISA,CLIA,LFT

Thyroid Function

The determination of serum T3 and T4 is commonly used in the diagnosis of thyroid diseases, including the determination of total T3 (TT3) and total T4 (TT4) and free T3 (FT3) and free T4 (FT4).

Description Type Item No Source  Use for Application
T3-IgG conjugation GHCA015 / Coating ELISA,CLIA
T3-6G8 mAb GHMA012 mouse Labeling ELISA,CLIA
T4-IgG conjugation GHCA016 / Coating ELISA,CLIA
T4-19B5 mAb GHMA013 mouse Labeling ELISA,CLIA
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