I was wondering what labs that offer this antibody are doing to get around the fact that the antibody is rated RUO. I recently purchased the Quidel antibody (cat # A213) and was surprised to find the enclosed spec. sheet rate it as an RUO. The spec sheet I downloaded from the internet rated it as an "ASR". Our lab tries to avoid the RUO-rated antibodies as much as possible.
The renal clinicians are pushing hard to get this antibody up and running so I am feeling backed into the corner. Any suggestions?
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