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Troponin T(Tn-T)

Assessing myocardial infarction by monitoring Troponin T

Troponin T is a member of the troponin complex, proteins involved in the contraction of skeletal and heart muscles. It is known as an excellent biomarker to estimate myocardial damage. The Troponin-T test can provide the quantitative result in 12 minutes with fingertip blood.

Diagnosis diseases
Myocardial Infarction (MI)
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About Using Reagent

  • Sample Types

    whole blood, plasma, serum
  • Reaction Time

    12 mins
  • Detection Range

    AFIAS (10 – 20,000 pg/ml)
    ichroma™ (10 – 20,000 pg/ml)
  • Indication

    Acute Myocardial Infarction, Acute Coronary Syndrome

In Your Medical Field

The presence of a cardiac-specific troponin in the circulation at levels above normal is a meaningful evidence of damage to cardiac muscle cells. Tests for the cause and status of the patients can be time-pressed in cases of myocardial infarction. It can provide on-site information on the level of TnT, which would be an essential component for the final assessment for the ongoing cardiac event.