Intended Use:

Albumin Reagent Test for estimation of Albumin in serum / plasma using BCG method.

Introduction Of Albumin:

Albumin level is decreased in severe liver diseases, malabsorption, diarrhoea, eclampsia and nephrosis. The level is increased in dehydration. Albumin is a single reagent kit for quantitative determination of albumin in human serum and plasma based on BCG method.

Albumin Test Procedure Video

Albumin Programming Video

Albumin Test Possible Errors


  • BCG Method Specific For Human Albumin
  • Liquid Stable Reagent With Long Shelf Life
  • Fast Result
  • High Linearity
  • LCF (Lipid Clearing Factor) Incorporated For Lipaemic Sample
  • Suitable For Fully Automated Chemistry Analyzer


Methodology Bromocresol Green
Sample Type Human Serum or Plasma
Reaction Type End Point
Number Of Reagents Single Ready-To-Use
Primary Wavelength 600 nm
Secondary Wavelength NA
Flow Cell Temperature 37 0C
Blank Settings Reagent
Blank Absorbance Limit < 0.100
Reagent Volume Required Per Test 1000 µl
Sample Volume Required Per Test 10 µL
Incubation Time 1 Minute
Incubation Temperature Room Temperature
Standard Available in the Kit Yes
Standard Concentration 5 gm/dL
Factor NA
Linearity 6 gm/dL
Final Colour Stability 10 Minutes
Automation Enabled
Linearity 75 IU/L
Pack Sizes 2×100 ML
4×250 ML
Kit components Albumin Reagent
Standard Vial.
Instructions for Use.
Storage Temperature 2-8 0C
Shelf life 24 months
Kit dimensions 2×100 ML – 105x55x145 mm
4×250 ML – 140x75x200 mm
Approx. weight of kit 2×100 ML – 268 gms
4×250 ML – 1200 gms
Production Capacity 600 mn ml per annum