GSP® Instrument

GSP Neonatal GALT kit

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This kit is intended for the semi-quantitative determination of galactose-1-phosphate uridyl transferase (GALT) activity in blood specimens dried on filter paper as an aid in screening
newborns for classical galactosemia caused by GALT deficiency using the GSP instrument.

In the GSP Neonatal GALT assay, GALT in the blood sample catalyzes a reaction between galactose- 1-phosphate and uridine diphosphoglucose contained in the assay substrate reagent. In the course of further reactions NADP is reduced to NADPH, a fluorescent substance that can be measured with excitation at 355 nm and emission detection at 460 nm.

Product number: 3303-0010 (ROW) 3303-001U (In USA and Canada)
GSP Neonatal GALT kit

Faster assay Incubation time now only 2 hours
Results in U/dL blood Provides results in today’s preferred unit, U/dL blood
Floating disks control
DBS format support Calibrators and Controls in DBS format
Elution control
Comprehensive barcoding Reagents, plates and QC materials barcoded
Product may not be available in all countries. Please check availability with your local PerkinElmer representative.
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