Autoantibodies against tissue transglutaminase (tTG)

Anti-tissue transglutaminase

Incubated Anti-Tissue Transglutaminase ELISA
  • Monospecific detection of antibodies against tissue transglutaminase.
  • Indications: gluten-sensitive enteropathy (coeliac disease, non-tropical sprue), Duhring's herpetiform dermatitis.
  • Serum dilution 1 : 201; conjugate class anti-human IgA or IgG, POD-labelled.
  • 3-point calibration. Identical incubation conditions and times: the investigation of IgA and IgG antibodies can be combined without difficulty on one and the same microplate.
  • Antigen: recombinant tissue transglutaminase.
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Anti-Tissue Transglutaminase ELISAEA 1910 A / G

EUROLINE Coeliac Disease Profile

EUROLINE Coeliac Disease Profile

The serological detection of disease-specific antibodies (IgA and IgG) is an essential element of coeliac disease diagnostics. Especially IgA antibodies against tTG are considered the most specific and sensitive indicator. A 10-fold increased antibody concentration of the upper threshold value of the normal range (10x upper limit of normal, > 10 x ULN) is considered as a threshold value for the diagnosis of coeliac disease without an additional biopsy. In addition, the gliadin-GAF-3X antigen was developed for the detection of IgA and IgG antibodies directed against relevant, deamidated gliadin epitopes.

  • Parallel qualitative in vitro determination of human antibodies against tissue transglutaminase (tTG) and gliadin-analogue fusion peptide (GAF-3X)
  • Identification of a possible IgA deficiency using serum/plasma control bands
  • The test can be processed with all commercially available blot devices, e.g. with the EUROBlotOne
    or EUROBlotMaster from EUROIMMUN.
  • Detection of a 10-fold increased antibody concentration above the upper threshold value of the normal range (“10 x upper limit of normal”; > 10 x ULN) in the evaluation by EUROBlotOne and EUROLineScan
  • 16 membrane strips, kit includes all necessary reagents
EUROLINE Coeliac Disease Profile (IgA / IgG)DL 1910 A / G