Insulin

Insulin is a peptide comprising of two peptide chains (A and B) linked by S-S bonds. Insulin secretion is stimulated primarily by hyperglycaemia and with amino acids. Other hormones such as glucagon, and neural stimuli are also contributing. Insulin is one of the key hormones with regard to metabolism. . Its determination is useful in the ddiagnosis of insulinoma and other hypoglycemic states. In diabetic states, it is determined rather for therapeutic decision than for diagnosis of diabetes itself.

Name Insulin(e) IRMA KIT
Ref. IM3210
Method IRMA
Type Coated tubes
Tests 100
Max. Activity (kBq) 640
Sensitivity 0.5 mIU/mL
Incubation conditions 2 hrs/RT;shaking
Calibrator range 0;3-300 mIU/mL
Sample volume (μL) 50
Sample form serum; plasma
Analyte info                      
Instructions for Use         
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Reagents supplied separately Precipitation reagent (50 mL),Ref. A09775