Measuring urinary protein with the new BioRad reagent kit: evaluation and comparison with five other methods.

@article{Macart1994MeasuringUP,
  title={Measuring urinary protein with the new BioRad reagent kit: evaluation and comparison with five other methods.},
  author={M Macart and G{\'e}rard Forzy and L Gerbaut and A J Vekich and Jean-Philippe Guilbaud},
  journal={Annales de biologie clinique},
  year={1994},
  volume={52 5},
  pages={355-60}
}
Total urinary protein was measured by five methods: BioRad Total Protein Test (TPT), pyrogallol red, benzethonium chloride, sulfosalicylic acid, trichloroacetic acid, and the results compared to those obtained by a method combining preparative ultrafiltration and the biuret reaction. TPT was linear to 1.5 g protein/l, the detection limit 0.0135 g/l, and it… CONTINUE READING