|Specification:||96 Test||Specimen:||Fish , Shrimp , Meat , Liver , Kidney|
|Shelf Life:||One Year||Keywords:||Kanamycin Testing Kit , Kanamycin Elisa Kit|
|Application:||Test Fish , Shrimp , Meat , Liver , Kidney||Sensitivity:||0.2 Ng/mL|
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REAGEN™ Kanamycin ELISA Test Kit is a competitive enzyme immunoassay for the quantitative analysis of Kanamycin in meat/liver/kidney, cell lysate, urine, serum and milk.
High recovery (>80%), rapid (10-40 minutes), and cost-effective extraction methods.
Detection limit is 0.2 ng/g.
A quick ELISA assay (less than 1 hours regardless of number of samples).
The method is based on a competitive colorimetric ELISA assay. The Kanamycin-BSA has been coated in the plate wells. During the analysis, sample and Kanamycin antibody (Antibody #1) and HRP-Conjugate (HRP-Conjugated Antibody #2) are added to the wells for incubation. If the Kanamycin residue is present in the sample, it will compete with the Kanamycin on the plate wells for the Kanamycin antibody, The secondary antibody, tagged with a peroxidase enzyme, targets the primary antibody that is complexed to the drug coated on the plate wells. The resulting color intensity, after addition of the HRP substrate (TMB), has an inverse relationship with the Kanamycin residue concentration in the sample.
REAGEN™ Kanamycin ELISA Test Kit has the capacity for 96 determinations or testing of 42 samples in duplicate (assuming 12 wells for standards). Return any unused microwells to the foil bag and reseal them with the desiccant provided in the original package. Store the kit at 2-8°C *. The shelf life is 12 months when the kit is properly stored.
|Kanamycin-coated Plate||1 x 96-well Plate||2-8°C|
Negative control (white CAP tube)
0.2 ng/mL (yellow CAP tube)
0.6 ng/mL (orange CAP tube)
1.8 ng/mL (pink cap tube)
5.4 ng/mL(purple cap tube)
16.2 ng/mL (blue cap tube)
1000 ng/mL(spiking, optional, red cap tube)
|10×Sample diluent||15 mL|
|20× Wash Solution||28mL|
|10×Sample Ext. buffer (optional)||15mL|
|Sample Balance Buffer||2 mL|
If you are not planning to use the kit for over 1 month, store Kanamycin Standard Stock, Kanamycin Antibody #1and HRP-Conjugated Antibody #2 at -20°C or in a freezer.
|Sample Type||Detection Limit (ng/g or ppb)|
Microtiter plate reader (450 nm)
Tissue Mixer (e.g. Omni Tissue Master Homogenizer)
Vortex mixer (e.g. Genie Vortex mixer from VWR)
10, 20, 100 and 1000 uL pipettes
Multi-channel pipette: 50-300 uL (Optional)
Be sure samples are properly stored. In general, samples should be refrigerated at 2-4°C for no more than 1-2 days. Freeze samples to a minimum of -20°C if they need to be stored for a longer period. Frozen samples can be thawed at room temps (20 – 25°C / 68 – 77°F) or in a refrigerator before use.
Take 100 uL of cell lysate, add 900 uL of 1×Sample diluent Buffer, mix well.
Centrifuge for 5 minutes at 4000 x g.
Take 50 uL of the supernatant per well for the assay.
Note: Dilution factor: 10.
To 1.0 g of the homogenized sample, add 4.0mL of 1×Sample Ext. buffer ,
Vortex the sample for 1 minutes with vortex mixer.
Centrifuge the sample for 5 minutes at 4,000 x g.
Carefully transfer 200uL of the top layer to a new tube, add 1.375mL of 1X Sample diluent and 25uL of Sample Balance Buffer ,vortex for 30 seconds.
Use 50uL per well for the assay.
Note: Dilution factor: 40.
Take 50uL of urine or serum sample, add 1.2 mL of 1X Sample diluent , mix well.
Centrifuge for 5 minutes at 4,000 x g.
Take 50uL of the supernatant per well for the assay.
Note: Dilution factor: 25.
Note: Dilution Factor:10
IMPORTANT: All reagents should be brought up to room temperature before use (1 – 2 hours at 20 – 25°C / 68 – 77°F); Make sure you read “Warnings and Precautions” section on page 3. Solutions should be prepared just prior to ELISA test. All reagents should be mixed by gently inverting or swirling prior to use. Prepare volumes that are needed for the number of wells being run. Do not return the reagents to the original stock tubes/bottles. Using disposable reservoirs when handling reagents can minimize the risk of contamination and is recommended.
Mix 1 volume of the 20X Wash Solution with 19 volumes of distilled water.
Label the individual strips that will be used and aliquot reagents as the following example:
|Component||Volume per Reaction||24 Reactions|
|Kanamycin Antibody #1||50uL||1.2mL|
|HRP-Conjugated Ab #2||50uL||1.2mL|
|1X Wash Solution||1.0 mL||24mL|
|Stop Buffer||100 uL||2.4 mL|
|TMB Substrate||100 uL||2.4 mL|
Add 50 uL of each Kanamycin Standards in duplicate into different wells (Add standards to plate only in the order from low concentration to high concentration).
Add 50 uL of each sample in duplicate into different sample wells.
Add 50 uL of HRP-Conjugated Ab#2 to each well and 50 uL of Kanamycin Antibody #1 to each well. Mix well by gently rocking the plate manually for 30s.
Incubate the plate for 30 minutes at room temperature (20 – 25°C / 68 – 77°F). (Avoid direct sunlight and cold bench tops during the incubation. Covering the microtiter plate while incubating is recommended).
Wash the plate 4 times with 250 uL of 1X Wash Solution. After the last wash, invert the plate and gently tap the plate dry on paper towels (Perform the next step immediately after plate washings. Do not allow the plate to air dry between working steps).
Add 100 uL of TMB substrate. Time the reaction immediately after adding the substrate. Mix the solution by gently rocking the plate manually for 30s while incubating(Do not put any substrate back to the original container to avoid any potential contamination. Any substrate solution exhibiting coloration is indicative of deterioration and should be discarded. Covering the microtiter plate while incubating is recommended).
After incubating for 15 minutes at room temperature (20 – 25°C / 68 – 77°F), add 100 uL of Stop Buffer to stop the enzyme reaction.
Read the plate as soon as possible following the addition of Stop Buffer on a plate reader with 450 nm wavelength (Before reading, use a lint-free wipe on the bottom of the plate to ensure no moisture or fingerprints interfere with the readings).
A standard curve can be constructed by plotting the mean relative absorbance (%) obtained from each reference standard against its concentration in ng/mL on a logarithmic curve.
Relative absorbance (%) = absorbance zero standard or sample x 100
Use the mean relative absorbance values for each sample to determine the corresponding concentration of the tested drug in ng/mL from the standard curve.
The following figure is a typical chloramphenicol standard curve.