6009 HPLC Calibration Standard Catecholamines Urine

Urine Calibration Standard

Order no.: 6009
  • Adrenaline (Epinephrine)
  • Dopamine
  • Noradrenaline (Norepinephrine)
Catecholamines in Urine - HPLC

Description

Calibration Standard for Catecholamines in Urine, lyophilised

This lyophilised calibrator (order no. 6009) from Chromsystems is based on human urine and should be used according to the instruction manual. It is designed to calibrate the measurement method in clinical diagnostics for the quantitative determination of catecholamines in urine. While following the instructions the calibrator should be handled and measured in the same manner as a patient specimen.
An alternative is the aqueous calibration standard (order no. 6003) that is directly injected into the HPLC system without sample preparation.

Technical Data

Method of Analysis

HPLC

Content

5 x 10 ml (lyoph.)

Parameter

Adrenaline (Epinephrine), Dopamine, Noradrenaline (Norepinephrine)

Concentrations

Please note: Concentration values shown here are typical. For lot specific concentration values please refer to the product insert supplied with the materials. The product inserts can also be requested from us directly or downloaded from our website after login.

SubstanceUnitUrine Calibration Standard
Noradrenaline µg/l
nmol/l
128
757
Adrenaline µg/l
nmol/l
33.6
138
Dopamine µg/l
nmol/l
322
2100

Reconstitution

Urine Calibration Standard (order no. 6009)

Carefully remove the metal seal and rubber stopper from the vials. Add exactly 10.0 ml of distilled water into each vial. Return the stopper and incubate for 10 to 15 minutes at room temperature. Swirl the vials to dissolve the contents until homogeneity.

Storage conditions

Stored below –18 °C and unopened, the lyophilised calibrator is stable until the expiry date specified on the vial labels. The reconstituted calibrator can be stored up to 2 days tightly capped at +2 to +8 C. If the calibrator cannot be used within this period, it should be aliquoted and stored frozen below -18 °C (up to 2 months). For more details about storage conditions please check your instruction manual.