Urine - Geriatric Samples - 3. Ages 85+ Years Old

Catalogue Number: 991-03-GER3
Product Name Urine Sample
Source Single Human Donor
Catalogue Number 991-03-GER3
Purity Raw Urine
Form Liquid
Sample Size 1 donor x > 30 mL
Note: Each sample would be from a unique donor.
Donor Age 85+ years old
Donor Gender Reported
Donor Race Reported
Preservatives None
Special Collections Available on request, email info@leebio.com for more details.
Related Products 991-03-GER1 - Urine from Geriatric Donors - 1. Ages 65-74 Years Old
991-03-GER2 - Urine from Geriatric Donors - 2. Ages 75-84 Years Old
991-03-S - Urine from Normal Donors
Storage -20°C
Recertification Due to differing stabilities of various biomarkers in this complex biological material it is not possible to assign a single expiration date that is relevant to all biomarkers. The end user should monitor the biomarkers of interest to verify suitability over time.
Infectious Disease Testing Not tested for infectious diseases. This material should be handled at the Biosafety Level 2 (BSL 2) as recommended for any potentially infectious human serum or blood specimen in the CDC/NIH manual "Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories", 2009.

Lee Biosolutions is the leading collector and distributor of human biological fluids and tissues for protein isolation, diagnostic manufacturing and medical research. Our laboratory is equipped to handle specific requests for isolation of cells, proteins, pooling requirements or specific aliquots of biological specimens. 

Custom preparations, technical support, bulk quantities and aliquoting available.

Lee Biosolutions follows all HIPAA guidelines for our donors. 45 CFR Parts 160,162,164.

Human Urine formation helps to maintain the balance of minerals and other substances in the body. For example, excess of calcium is normally eliminated through the urine. Urine also excretes ammonia, the build-up of which is harmful to the body. Human urine is the result of a mechanism that maintains the appropriate amount of water in the body. When it leaves the body, Human urine is usually around pH 6, though it may be as low as 4.5 or as high as 8.2. As urea, the compound which accounts for 75-90% of the nitrogen in urine begins to decay, hydroxide ions form, raising the pH as high as 9-9.3. The decay of urea into carbon dioxide is catalyzed by urease.

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