Urine Total Protein Determination Reagent

Urine Total Protein(UTP) Determination Reagent is an in vitro diagnostic quantitative test kit.This test can be used for evaluating renal diseases, including proteinuria complicating diabetes mellitus, the nephrotic syndromes  Normal urine protein consists of albumin (≤35 mg/24 hours), other plasma proteins (ie, globulins, haptoglobin, β2-microglobulin, and light chain). Tamm-Horsfall glycoprotein secreted by renal tubular cells may contribute ≤50 mg/24 hours. Urinary protein in normals tends to increase with age, exercise, and standing posture.