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Metanephrine-Normetanephrine ELISA kit – Research
Urine samples

BA-E-8600R

Sample: 25µl
LoD: Metanephrine: 13 ng/ml / Normetanephrine: 23 ng/ml
Standard range: Metanephrine: 0/20 – 2 00 ng/ml / Normetanephrine: 0/30 – 3 000ng/ml

550.00
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3 Catecholamines ELISA kit – Research
Plasma & Urine samples

BA-E-6600R

Sample: 300µl plasma, 10µl urine
LoD: Epinephrine: 10pg/ml plasma, 0.3ng/ml urine / Norepinephrine: 40pg/ml plasma, 1.5ng/ml urine / Dopamine: 25pg/ml plasma, 4.5ng/ml urine
Standard range: Epinephrine: 0/1 – 200ng/ml / Norepinephrine: 0/5 – 1 000ng/ml / Dopamine: 0/4.5 – 2 000ng/ml

830.00
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3 Catecholamines ELISA kit
Any sample

BA-E-5600R

Sample: 1 – 750µl
LoD: Epinephrine / Dopamine: 10pg/ml / Norepinephrine: 4pg/ml
Standard range: Epinephrine / Dopamine: 0/0.5 – 80ng/ml / Norepinephrine: 0/0.2 – 32ng/ml

840.00
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5-Hydroxyindoleacetic acid (5-HIAA) ELISA kit – Research
Urine samples

BA-E-1900R

Sample: 50µl
LoD: 0.17mg/l
Standard range: 0/0.5 – 50mg/l

295.00
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Arginine ELISA kit

IS-I-0400R

Sample: 20µl
LoD: 2.1µM
Standard range: 5.12 – 200µM

490.00
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A key neurotransmitter in the brain, Dopamine (DA) does not cross the blood-brain barrier. Found at concentrations similar to those of epinephrine in plasma, free dopamine is mainly produced at the peripheral level by the sympathetic nervous system and the digestive system. In humans, at least 95% of plasma dopamine circulates in the form of dopamine sulfate, a conjugate produced by mesentric organs. Playing a key role as a regulator of blood flow, circulating dopamine also exerts exocrine and paracrine effects on immune cells, the pancreas and the kidney.

Dopamine ELISA kit – Research
Plasma & Urine samples

BA-E-6300R

Sample: 300µl plasma, 10µl urine
LoD: 25pg/ml plasma, 4.5ng/ml urine
Standard range: 0/4.5 – 2 000ng/ml

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A key neurotransmitter in the brain, Dopamine (DA) does not cross the blood-brain barrier. Found at concentrations similar to those of epinephrine in plasma, free dopamine is mainly produced at the peripheral level by the sympathetic nervous system and the digestive system. In humans, at least 95% of plasma dopamine circulates in the form of dopamine sulfate, a conjugate produced by mesentric organs. Playing a key role as a regulator of blood flow, circulating dopamine also exerts exocrine and paracrine effects on immune cells, the pancreas and the kidney.

Dopamine ELISA kit
Any sample

BA-E-5300R

Sample: 1 – 750µl
LoD: 3.3pg/ml
Standard range: 0/0.5 – 80ng/ml

420.00
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Epinephrine – Norepinephrine ELISA kit – Any sample

BA-E-5400R

Sample: 1 – 750µl
LoD: Epinephrine: 6.6pg/ml / Norepinephrine: 2.6pg/ml
Standard range: Epinephrine: 0/0.5 – 80ng/ml / Norepinephrine: 0/0.2 – 32ng/ml

630.00
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Epinephrine – Norepinephrine ELISA kit – Research
Plasma & Urine samples

BA-E-6500R

Sample: 300µl plasma, 10µl urine
LoD: Epinephrine: Epinephrine: 10pg/ml plasma, 0.3ng/ml urine / Norepinephrine: 50pg/ml plasma, 1.5ng/ml urine
Standard range: Epinephrine: 0/0.5 – 80ng/ml / Norepinephrine: 0/0.2 – 32ng/ml

615.00
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