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Reference Materials


  • RM 8671NISTmAb, Humanized IgG1K Monoclonal Antibody
  • RM 8634Ethylene Tetrafluoroethylene for Particle Size Distribution and Morphology

Clinical Diagnostics

Nucleic Acid
  • RGTM 10169 - SARS-CoV-2 Synthetic RNA Fragments
  • SRM 2366a - Cytomegalovirus DNA (TowneΔ147 BAC) for DNA
  • SRM 2393CAG Repeat Length Mutation in Huntington`s Disease
  • SRM 2365BK Virus DNA Quantitative Standard
  • SRM 2396Oxidative DNA Damage Mass Spectrometry Standards
  • SRM 927eBovine Serum Albumin (7 % Solution) (Total Protein Standard)
  • SRM 998 -  Angiotensin I (Human)
  • SRM 2924C-Reactive Protein Solution
  • SRM 2921Human Cardiac Troponin Complex
  • SRM 2926Recombinant Human Insulin-like Growth Factor 1 (Frozen)
  • SRM 2925Recombinant Human Serum Albumin Solution (Primary Reference Calibrator for Urine Albumin) (Frozen)
  • SRM 292715N-Labeled Recombinant Human Insulin-like Growth Factor 1 (Frozen)
  • SRM 3666* - Albumin and Creatinine in Frozen Human Urine
  • SRM 2922* - Cardiac Troponin I in Frozen Human Plasma

Forensic DNA

  • SRM 2391dPCR-Based DNA Profiling Standard
  • SRM 2372aHuman DNA Quantitation Standard
  • SRM 2392-IMitochondrial DNA Sequencing (Human HL-60 DNA)
  • SRM 2392Mitochondrial DNA Sequencing (Human)


  • SRM 2389aAmino Acids in 0.1 mol/L Hydrochloric Acid
  • RM 8323Yeast Protein Extract
  • SRM 8313* - Digested Yeast Protein Extract
  • SRM 8362* -  Glycans in Solution

RM = Reference Material; SRM = Standard Reference Material, RGTM = Research Grade TEST Material
* - under development

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Created April 17, 2009, Updated May 4, 2021