Clinical chemistry assay kit BI2672
for bile acidenzymaticcolorimetric

clinical chemistry assay kit
clinical chemistry assay kit
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Characteristics

Applications
for clinical chemistry
Tested parameter
for bile acid
Analysis mode
enzymatic, colorimetric

Description

Key Benefits of the Bile Acids reagent Excellent linearity The Randox Bile Acids method is linear up to a concentration of 150 µmol/l Exceptional correlation with standard methods The Randox methodology was compared against other commercially available methods and the Randox Bile Acids assay showed a correlation coefficient of 0.99 Liquid ready-to-use reagent The Randox Bile Acids reagent comes in a two shot ready-to-use liquid format which is more convenient as the reagent does not need to be reconstituted which aids in reducing the risk of errors occurring Other features of the Randox Bile Acids reagent Colorimetric method Liquid and lyophilised reagents available Stable to expiry when stored at +2 to +8°C Measuring range 1.47 – 150 µmol/l Protocols are available for a range of analysers Liver Function Measuring total bile acid (TBA) levels may prove useful for the detection of liver diseases such as viral hepatitis, mild liver injury through drug use and for further evaluation of patients with chronic hepatitis who were previously treated successfully. TBA levels may rise up to 100 times the normal concentration in patients with liver disease due to impairment of hepatic synthesis and extraction of bile acids. Measurement of TBA in serum can be used in the diagnosis and prognosis of liver diseases and may detect some forms of liver disease earlier than standard liver markers due to the correlation of TBA with liver function, rather than liver damage.

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