Trust your entire HbA1c process.

Streck’s HbA1c product line includes a control and linearity with intact red blood cells to challenge the entire HbA1c procedure, including the lysing of the red blood cells. Daily use of these whole blood controls provides quality control data for confirming the precision and accuracy of your laboratory’s instruments. Laboratories should validate test methods at least every six months or following changes in lots of critical reagents or system components.

Streck customers also have access to STATS®, a free interlaboratory quality control program with peer group data comparison and online submission.

HbA1c Products

Trust your entire HbA1c process to A1c-Cellular, the only control that includes the critical step of lysing the RBCs.

Cell-Free DNA tubes
Cell-Free DNA tubes
A1c Linearity
Great results and easy to use.

“This product assures me of accuracy and with its ease of use, it is always ready to use. It doesn’t require reconstitution, and thus removes most operator error from determination.”

SelectScience Community Member review of A1c-Cellular Linearity

A1c Cellular
Great results!

“We have great results. The QC vials are easy to use and the expiration date is always good. There is always a large number of peer labs for comparison.”

SelectScience Community Member review of A1c-Cellular

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A1c-Cellular HbA1c control


A whole blood control that tests the entire HbA1c procedure including red blood cell lysis, a step that is not evaluated by competitor controls. Designed to resemble a patient sample, A1c-Cellular does …

A1c-Cellular Linearity

A1c-Cellular® Linearity

A 5-level assayed linearity material used to assess instrument accuracy and verify the reportable range of the HbA1c parameter. Because A1c-Cellular Linearity contains intact red blood cells, it …

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