ANA Profile ELISA Kit

  • Created on the 26 May, 2017.


Human ANA profile ELISA kit is a procedure for screening in vitro quantitative levels of IgG autoantibodies to nuclear antigens (ANA profile) in human serum and plasma samples. This assay has a minimum analytical sensitivity limit of diagn. 95.5%.

Purified antigens SS-A (52 and 60 kDa), SS-B, RNP-70, Sm, RNP/Sm, Scl-70, Centromere B and Jo- 1 are bound to individual rows A to H of the microwell plate.


Antinuclear antibodies (ANA) are autoantibodies that bind to specific contents of the cell nucleus. There are a number of different subtypes of ANAs and each subtype has the ability to attach to different protein complexes or proteins in the nucleus. Example of some of these subtypes include anti-dsDNA, anti-Ro, anti-histone, anti-nRNP, anti-Sm, anti-centromere, anti-La, anti-sp100 and anti-Scl-70 antibodies. ANAs have been discovered to be present in a variety of disorders for example scleroderma, Sjögren’s syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis, dermatomyositis, systemic lupus erythematosus, multiple sclerosis, psoriatic arthritis, idiopathic thrombocytopaenic purpura, autoimmune hepatitis, discoid lupus, thyroid disease, infection and cancer. There is also evidence that it can be found in normal healthy individuals too. ELISA and indirect immunofluorescence (IF) methods are commonly used for human ANA screening/profiling tests. A positive ANA test is caused by immune system attacking its own tissue (autoimmune reaction). However, in some people a positive ANA test is obtained for healthy individuals. ANA profile ELISA kit can be used for various diagnostic applications.


The minimum detection sensitivity level of human IgG autoantibodies to anti-nuclear antibodies using current human ANA profile ELISA kit was diagn. 95.5%.The dynamic range for this assay is cut-off index 1.0.


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  • Full Name: ANA Profile ELISA Kit
  • Reactivity: Human
  • Sample Type: Plasma, Serum
  • Sensitivity: 95.5%



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