L-Serine ELISA kit

Ref: IS-I-1200R
Amino acidsResearch ELISA kits (RUO)ELISA

L-Serine (L-Ser) is a non-essential amino acid which becomes conditionally essential – in certain circumstances – particularly when it cannot be synthesized in a sufficient amount to meet the cellular demands. L-Ser may be derived from different sources including dietary intake, the glycolytic intermediate 3-phosphoglycerate, glycine as well as protein and phospholipid degradation. It’s worth noting that enzymes involved in L-Ser biosynthesis are upregulated in highly proliferating cells, including cancer cells, to limit L-Ser over-consumption. Besides its essential role in cell proliferation, L-Ser is important for brain development and functions which are especially sustained by i) altered L-Ser levels in psychiatric disorders and ii) occurrence of severe neurological abnormalities in patients with defects in L-Ser biosynthesis.

Sample type Plasma, Serum, Cell culture supernatant
Capacity 96 tests
Sensitivity 2.4µM
Range 3.8 – 625µM
Assay time Sample preparation 3h, ELISA overnight
Reactivity Reacts with all species



1 x 96 wells


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Product overview

Product name L-Serine ELISA kit
Description Competitive ELISA kit for the quantitative measurement of L-Serine (Ser) in plasma and serum samples. For research use only
Format 96-well plate
Samples Plasma, Serum, Cell supernatant
Minimal sample volume 20µL
Reactivity Reacts with all species
Standard range 3.8 – 625µM


Specificity No significant cross-reactivity was observed with Glycine, L-Threonine, L-Cysteine and D-Serine
Assay time Sample preparation 3h and ELISA overnight
Storage Store at 2-8°C for up to 6 months
Datasheets Instructions for useMaterial Safety Datasheet


For research use only  – Do not use for diagnostic

Sample collection & storage EDTA Plasma

Store samples at 2-8°C for up to 48h or -20°C for longer period (up to 6 months)

Sample preparation Sample preparation (3 hours)
ELISA L-Serine antiserum overnight incubation, revelation and read steps (1h)
Detailed protocol Download instructions for use

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