Lorne Laboratories Limited of Reading at MEDICA 2017 in Düsseldorf -- MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine
Manufacturers

Lorne Laboratories Limited

Unit 1, Cutbush Park Industrial Estate, Danehill, Lower Earley, RG6 4UT Reading
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Telephone +44 118 9212264
Fax +44 118 9864518
info@lornelabs.com

This company is co-exhibitor of
Gambica Association Limited

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 03  Diagnostics
  • 03.03  Haematology / Histology / Cytology
  • 03.03.09  Immunohaematology (Blood grouping)

Our products

Product category: Immunohaematology (Blood grouping)

A.H.G Elite (Clear)

Code: 415010   Size: 10ml
Code: 415000   Size: 1000ml
Shelf Life: 24 Months
Type: Polyspecific

In 1945, Coombs, Mourant and Race described the use of anti-human globulin serum for detecting red cell-bound non-agglutinating antibodies. In 1957, Dacie et al showed that the antibodies present in antiglobulin sera were directed against certain components of complement. Anti-human globulin reagents detect non-agglutinating antibody molecules as well as molecules of complement attached to red cells following in vivo or in vitro antigen-antibody reactions.

When used by the recommended techniques, the reagents will react with immunoglobulins and/or complement attached to the red cell surface, resulting in agglutination (clumping) of adjacent sensitised cells. Cells not sensitised will not be agglutinated.

Lorne Polyspecific Anti-Human Globulin Elite Clear and Anti-Human Globulin Elite Green reagents contain anti-IgG derived from rabbits with non-specific activity removed by absorption and murine monoclonal IgM anti-C3d, Clone BRIC-8. The antibodies are diluted in a buffered solution containing bovine albumin. Each reagent is supplied at optimal dilution for use with spin tube techniques (DAT & IAT).

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Product category: Immunohaematology (Blood grouping)

A.H.G Elite (Green)

Code: 435010   Size: 10ml
Code: 435000   Size: 1000ml
Shelf Life: 24 Months
Type: Polyspecific

In 1945, Coombs, Mourant and Race described the use of anti-human globulin serum for detecting red cell-bound non-agglutinating antibodies. In 1957, Dacie et al showed that the antibodies present in antiglobulin sera were directed against certain components of complement. Anti-human globulin reagents detect non-agglutinating antibody molecules as well as molecules of complement attached to red cells following in vivo or in vitro antigen-antibody reactions.

When used by the recommended techniques, the reagents will react with immunoglobulins and/or complement attached to the red cell surface, resulting in agglutination (clumping) of adjacent sensitised cells. Cells not sensitised will not be agglutinated.

Lorne Polyspecific Anti-Human Globulin Elite Clear and Anti-Human Globulin Elite Green reagents contain anti-IgG derived from rabbits with non-specific activity removed by absorption and murine monoclonal IgM anti-C3d, Clone BRIC-8. The antibodies are diluted in a buffered solution containing bovine albumin. Each reagent is supplied at optimal dilution for use with spin tube techniques (DAT & IAT).

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Product category: Immunohaematology (Blood grouping)

Anti-A Monoclonal

Code: 600010   Size: 10ml
Code: 600000   Size: 1000ml
Shelf Life: 36 Months
Type: Monoclonal

The reagents will cause direct agglutination (clumping) of test red cells that carry the corresponding ABO antigen.

No agglutination generally indicates absence of the corresponding ABO antigen. Lorne Monoclonal IgM ABO blood grouping reagents contain murine monoclonal antibodies diluted in a phosphate buffer containing sodium chloride, EDTA and bovine albumin. Each reagent is supplied at optimal dilution for use with slide, tube, gel card & microplate techniques.

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Product category: Immunohaematology (Blood grouping)

Anti-A,B Monoclonal

Code: 620010   Size: 10ml
Code: 620000   Size: 1000ml
Shelf Life: 36 Months
Type: Monoclonal

The reagents will cause direct agglutination (clumping) of test red cells that carry the corresponding ABO antigen. No agglutination generally indicates absence of the corresponding ABO antigen.

Lorne Monoclonal IgM ABO blood grouping reagents contain murine monoclonal antibodies diluted in a phosphate buffer containing sodium chloride, EDTA and bovine albumin. Each reagent is supplied at optimal dilution for use with slide, tube, gel card & microplate techniques.

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Product category: Immunohaematology (Blood grouping)

Anti-A1 Lectin

Code: 116005   Size: 5ml
Code: 116000   Size: 1000ml
Shelf Life: 24 Months
Type: Lectin

A1 antigen is a subgroup of A and was discovered in 1910. Anti-A1 is usually non-reactive at 37ºC, however examples reactive at 37ºC and predominately IgM can cause in vivo red blood cell destruction. About 78% of group A people are A1 and 22% are A2, similar proportions apply among AB people.

The reagent will cause agglutination (clumping) of test red cells, that carry the A1 antigen, after centrifugation. No agglutination generally indicates the absence of the A1 antigen.

Lorne Anti-A1 Lectin blood grouping reagent is prepared from an extract of Dolichos biflorus seeds, diluted with a sodium chloride solution containing bovine albumin. The reagent is supplied at optimal dilution for use with slide & tube techniques.

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About us

Company details

Lorne Laboratories is the only independent company in England that for forty years has sought to provide a simple and total solution for Blood Transfusion professionals across the world. Lorne was created by biomedical scientists who believed that the manufacture and distribution of reagents and associated products for blood transfusion could be provided professionally, ethically and with quality at the centre of all that it did.

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