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SVT™ Aldehydes Reagent Usage: For In Vitro Diagnostic Use to detect the presence of aldehydes in solution. This assay is not for use in diagnosing disease or illness to effect treatment, and/or cure; it is For Forensic / Toxicology use only. This assay is semi-quantitative. Method: colorim etric : Endpoint. Principle: For use with automated...

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SVT™ Chromate Reagent with NIST Traceable Calibrators – U.S. and Foreign Patents and Patents Pending Usage: For Forensic Use Only to quantitatively detect the presence of chromates in urine. This assay is not for use in diagnosing disease or illness to effect treatment, and/or cure; it is For Forensic / Toxicology use. Method: colorimetric :...

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SVT™ Creatinine Reagent (serum or urine) with NIST Traceable Calibrators Usage: For In Vitro Diagnostic Use in the quantitative determination of creatinine in serum and urine. Creatinine ratio measurements are used in the diagnosis and treatment of renal diseases and in monitoring renal dialysis. Creatinine results are also used for in Vivo/Vitro dilution of urine...

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SVT™ Halogen (Bleach) Reagent U.S. and Foreign Patents and Patents Pending: 6,537,823. Usage: This assay is not for use in diagnosing disease or illness to effect treatment, and/or cure; it is For Forensic / Toxicology use to detect the presence of Halogen(s) in urine submitted for drugs of abuse testing. This assay is semi-quantitative. Method:...

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SVT™ Nitrite Reagent (non-corrosive) with NIST Traceable Calibrators Usage: For In Vitro Diagnostic Use Only to quantitatively determine the nitrite content of a solution. This assay is not for use in diagnosing disease or illness to effect treatment, and/or cure; it is For Forensic / Toxicology This is the only non-corrosive assay designed to detect...

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Oxidant Reagent (non-corrosive) with NIST Traceable Calibrators US and Foreign Patents Pending Usage: To detect adulteration in urine by the quantitative determination of Oxidants to include but not limited to nitrite, chromate, bleach, bromine, halogens and other oxidatively active substances in urine. This assay is not for use in diagnosing disease or illness to effect...

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SVT™ Peroxidase Reagent U.S. and Foreign Patents and Patents Pending. Usage: For In Vitro Diagnostic Use to determine semi-quantitatively the presence of peroxidase in urine. Method: Colorimetric : Endpoint. Principle: When peroxidase is present in a urine sample, it reacts with the Peroxidase reagent containing a substituted benzene compound, activator and forms a color complex,...

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SVT™ pH Reagent with NIST Traceable Calibrators   History: First reagent sold for adulteration testing worldwide by the Scientist at Sciteck. 19898. Usage: For In-Vitro Diagnostic Use to quantitatively determine the pH of a solution. Method: Colorimetric : Endpoint. Principle: This test is based on an indicator principle which gives a broad range of color...

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Proteolytic Reagent U.S. and Foreign Patents and Patents Pending Usage: To detect adulteration in urine by the semi-quantitative determination of proteolytic active agents in urine. This assay is not for use in diagnosing disease or illness to effect treatment, and/or cure; it is For Forensic / Toxicology use only. Proteolytic active agents can include but...