Serum, urine, platelets

Serotonin ELISA Fast Track

Catalog Nr.: 
BA E-8900
Name: 

Serotonin ELISA Fast Track

Description: 
Fast Track enzyme immunoassay (ELISA) for the quantitative determination of Serotonin
Design: 
Common sample preparation. Acylation in liquid phase. 6 standards, 2 controls, ready for use.
Sample Volume: 
25 µl serum, urine, platelets
Total Assay Time: 
Acylation 15 min and ELISA 1 h
Standard Range: 

0 / 15 - 2 500 ng/ml

Sensitivity: 

6.2 ng/ml

Storage: 
2 - 8 °C
Kit: 
96 Determinations
Advantages: 

  • Total assay time approx. 1h 15 min
  • No interference by medical drugs known
  • Wide standard ranges. convenient measurement of pathological samples without predilution
  • Good correlation to other commercial available assays
  • CE Mark: 
    CE Marked

    Serotonin RIA Fast Track

    Catalog Nr.: 
    BA R-8900
    Name: 

    Serotonin RIA Fast Track

    Description: 
    Radioimmunoassay (RIA) for the quantitative determination of Serotonin
    Design: 
    Common sample preparation for all body fluids. Acylation in liquid phase. 6 standards, 2 controls, ready for use. Double antibody technique.
    Sample Volume: 
    25 µl serum, urine, platelets
    Total Assay Time: 
    Acylation 30 min and RIA 2 h
    Standard Range: 

    0 / 15 - 2 500 ng/ml

    Sensitivity: 

    6.6 ng/ml serum, urine, platelets

    Storage: 
    2 - 8 °C
    Kit: 
    96 Determinations
    Advantages: 
    • Total assay time approx. 2.5 hours
    • No interference by medical drugs known
    • Wide standard ranges. convenient measurement of pathological samples without predilution
    • Good correlation to the other commer
    • 15 week shelf-life
    CE Mark: 
    CE Marked

    Serotonin in Serum, Urine, Platelets

    Serotonin

    Serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine) belongs to the group of biogenic amines and is an intermediate product of the tryptophan metabolism. It plays an important role as a neurotransmitter in the regulation of different behavioural patterns such as motor activity, aggression, sexuality, appetite, depressions, and sleep.

    Serotonin can be found in the intestinal mucosa, in urine, and in blood as well as in the central nervous system (CNS). In blood, it is transported predominantly in the platelets.

    Syndicate content