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Latex ELISA

Latex ELISA

The Latex ELISA test is used to determine the amount of antigenic protein in natural rubber and its products. Samples may include glove or other rubber product extracts which have been collected in order to measure the latex protein levels. This test follows the criteria recommended in ASTM D6499-03.

Applicable Standards

  • ASTM D6499

Test Options

Standard turn around times (TAT) are listed below. Ask an expert for a specific consultation on your product. If you are ready to submit your samples for testing, click here to fill out the Sample Submission Form.

Code Test TAT (days) Request Quote
LPX101 Latex Elisa for Antigenic Protein (LEAP) Test Add
LPX110 Latex Elisa for Antigenic Protein (LEAP) Test, ASTM D6499 21 Add
LPX120 Modified Lowry Protein Assay, ASTM D5712 0 Add
LPX101 - Latex Elisa for Antigenic Protein (LEAP) Test
Standard TAT not available for this product
LPX110 - Latex Elisa for Antigenic Protein (LEAP) Test, ASTM D6499
TAT: 21 days
LPX120 - Modified Lowry Protein Assay, ASTM D5712
TAT: 0 days

Sample Specifications

LPX110: 1 sample, minimum weight requirement of 5 grams
LPX120: 2-3 gloves

Study Outline

The Latex ELISA test is used to determine the amount of antigenic protein in natural rubber and its products using rabbit antisera specific for natural rubber latex (NRL) proteins. This test quantitatively measures the level of antigenic latex proteins in solution using an inhibition format.
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