HB100 Test Assays


  • Direct analysis from blood collection tube
  • Ion-exchange HPLC method (Gold Standard)
  • 1.5 minutes analysis time 
  • Automated Barcode reader with rotator
  • Sample tube inversion for homogenisation
  • No incubation time 
  • Sample loader for 110 samples (walk away type )
  • Compatible with LIS and other laboratory data systems


  • Direct analysis from blood collection tube
  • 6.5 minutes analysis time for major Hb Variants (A1c, F, A2, S, C, D and E)
  • Detection of uncommon Hb Variants

Haemoglobin A1c HPLC-UV Analysis Kit

The amount of HbA1c in whole blood is one of the most important parameters for diabetes screening and monitoring. HBA1C is formed by combination of hemoglobin protein and sugar in the blood. The production of HbA1c rises when the rate of blood sugar increases. Therefore, the amount of HbA1c is directly related with high blood glucose. The different types of HDA1C molecules can be occurred such as A1a, Alb, s-A1c, A1c, according to the type of sugar which combined to the hemoglobin. The most important part of the HbA1c analysis is the best separation of these species.

Hemoglobin variants are abnormal forms of hemoglobin. Normal hemoglobin types in human blood include:

– HBA makes up about 9596 – 98% of Hb found in adults

– HBA2 makes up about 296 – 396 of Hb found in adults

– HbF makes up about 2% of Hb found in adults

Hemoglobin variants occur when genetic changes in the globin genes cause alterations in the amino acids that make up the globin protein. These changes may affect the structure of the hemoglobin. There are four genes that code for alpha globin chains and two genes that code for the beta globin chains. The most common alpha-chain-related condition is alpha thalassemia and most common beta-chain-related condition is beta thalassemia.

In thalassemia diseases, mutations of one or more globin genes cause reduction of globin chain production. As a result of this situation the percentage of minor hemoglobin (HbA2 and HbF) increases.

Hemoglobin E is one of the most common beta chain hemoglobin variants. People who are homozygous for HbS generally have a mild hemolytic anemia and a mild enlargement of the spleen.

HbC disease is rare and relatively mild. It usually causes a minor amount of hemolytic anemia and a mild to moderate enlargement of the spleen.

Hbs is the primary hemoglobin in people with sickle cell disease.

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