Reagent | Glycerol
For a wide variety of clinical chemistry analysers
The Glycerol assay showed a correlation of r=0.999 against another commercially available method
Ascorbic Acid up to a concentration of 400 µmol/l will not affect this test
- GPO-PAP method
- Lyophilised reagents
- Working reagent stable for 14 days when stored at 2-8⁰C or 3 days at 15-25°C
- Measuring range 14.5 – 2545 µmol/l
- For manual or semi-automated use only
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What is Glycerol assay used for?
Glycerol measurements are used in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with diabetes mellitus, nephrosis, liver obstruction, other diseases involving lipid metabolism, or various endocrine disorders.
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- McTernan, P.G., et al. Insulin and rosiglitazone regulation of lipolysis and lipogenesis in human adipose tissue in vitro. Diabetes2002, 51(5): 1493-1498
- Lutoslawska, G., et al. Relationship between fasting insulin resistance index (FIRI) and plasma glycerol and free fatty acid levels in physically active males and females. Biol. Sport 2006, 23: 341-351
- Kos, K., et al. Secretion of neuropeptide Y in human adipose tissue and its role in maintenance of adipose tissue mass. Am. J. Physiol. Endocrinol. Metab. 2007, 293: E1335-E1340
- Rhodes, P., et al. Adult-onset obesity reveals prenatal programming of glucose-insulin sensitivity in male sheep nutrient restricted during late gestation. PloS ONE 2009, 4(10): e7393
- Glycerol Controls
Standard included in the kit
Clinical Chemistry Panel
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