C-reactive protein (CRP) Test: Principle, Procedure, Result

By Sushmita Baniya •  Updated: 05/15/22 •  4 min read

Principle

Materials required

Procedure

Qualitative Method

Semi-quantitative method:

Results and interpretation

 Calculation:

For example, sensitivity (indicated on the label of the latex reagent vial) is 6 mg/L the semi-quantitative method, multiplication of dilution factor with 6 mg/L will yield the approximate level of CRP in the serum sample.

Dilution concentration(mg/L) 
1:1 6
1:2 12
1:4 24
1:8 48
1:16 96
1:32 192

Expected values:

Limitation

References: 

Sushmita Baniya

Hello, I am Sushmita Baniya from Nepal. I am a postgraduate student of M.Sc Medical Microbiology. I am interested in Genetics and Molecular Biology.

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