- Created on the 29 August, 2018.
Canine T4 total ELISA kit is intended for analysing quantitative concentrations of total T4 (thyroxin) in the samples of dog plasma and serum. The dynamic range for this assay is 50.0 – 250.0 nmol/l.
The measurement of total T4 (thyroxin) is useful in dogs that suffer from obesity, poor coat, reproductive dysfunction, myopathy, failure to grow, unexplained lethargy, megaesphagus and hyperlipidemia. The levels of total T4 reduce during aging and also specific breads are known to display lower levels of total T4 for example; Labrador, C.Spaniel, Husky and Malamute. There is evidence to indicate that as high as 20 per cent of all normal dogs show decreased plasma or serum T3 or T4 total levels.
The standard range of dog thyroxin using current canine T4 total ELISA kit is 50.0 – 250.0 nmol/l. Please contact us for the protocol insert for more details.
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- Full Name: T4 Total ELISA Kit (Canine)
- Reactivity: Canine
- Sample Type: Serum, Plasma
- Sensitivity: n/a