DRG International to display Hepcidin 25 (bioactive) HS ELISA Kit at 2016 AACC Expo

DRG International, a leading international medical diagnostic company, will showcase the NEW DRG® Hepcidin 25 (bioactive) HS (High Sensitive) ELISA Kit (EIA-5782) at the 2016 AACC in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania from August 02-04. As the first of its kind to market, this kit accurately detects bioactive Hepcidin levels as an additional marker to aid in identifying a variety of disorders. In recent years, a large number of publications identify Hepcidin as a factor in regulating the amount of iron in humans. Unbalanced iron level can lead to many common medical conditions including anemia and iron overload disease, and can occur in chronic kidney disease, inflammation, or diabetes mellitus.

"We at DRG International saw the need for an accurate and easy to use Hepcidin testing kit and are encouraged by the great success that our research customers have seen using the product," stated Dr. Cyril E. Geacintov, founder, president and CEO of DRG International. "This kit is an important step to meet the rapidly growing worldwide interest in Hepcidin testing and the applications of that testing in the health and wellness community."

The DRG® Hepcidin 25 (bioactive) HS ELISA Kit is available worldwide, providing a simple, fast and accurate method to test Hepcidin levels. DRG currently holds 17 US and International active patents on this product. The measurement results of this kit offer more information to help treat medical issues including iron deficiency diseases, which are some of the most common diseases worldwide. The kit is for Research Use Only (RUO) in the United States and is also CE marked.

DRG International will be showcasing at the AACC in Booth 3713. Press inquiries are welcome. For more information, please contact Michael Martini (Sales & Marketing Director for DRG International) at (973) 564-7555.


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