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Biogenic Amines Elisa Kits

A large number of biogenic amines ELISA kits are available, these organic bases are formed by decarboxylation of amino acids or by transamination of aldehydes and ketones. They can be synthesised by animal, microbial and vegetable metabolisms. Biogenic amines research topic read more.

2-CAT (Adrenaline/Noradrenaline) ELISA Kit

• Reactivity: Any Species
• Sensitivity: AD: 0.3 ng/ml (U); 10 pg/ml (P), NAD: 1.5 ng/ml (U); 50 pg/ml (P)
• Range: AD: 1 – 200 ng/ml, NAD: 5 – 1,000 ng/ml
• Sample: Plasma, Urine
• Target: Adrenaline, Noradrenaline, Epinephrine, Norepinephrine

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2-CAT (Adrenaline/Noradrenaline) Research ELISA Kit

• Reactivity: Any Species
• Sensitivity: AD: 0.25 ng/ml and NAD: 0.1 ng/ml
• Range: AD: 0.5 – 80 ng/ml, NAD: 0.2 – 32 ng/ml
• Sample: Cell Culture, Plasma (EDTA), Biological Samples
• Target: Epinephrine, Norepinephrine, Adrenaline, Noradrenaline

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2-CAT (Noradrenaline/Dopamine) Research ELISA Kit

• Reactivity: Any Species
• Sensitivity: NAD: 0.1 ng/ml and DOP: 0.25 ng/ml
• Range: NAD: 0.2 – 32 ng/ml, DOP: 0.5-80 ng/ml.
• Sample: Cell Culture, Plasma (EDTA), Biological Samples
• Target: Noradrenaline, Norepinephrine, Dopamine

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3-CAT (Adrenaline/Noradrenaline/Dopamine) ELISA Kit

• Reactivity: Any Species
• Sensitivity: AD: 0.3 ng/ml (U); 10 pg/ml (P), NAD: 1.5 ng/ml (U); 50 pg/ml (P), DOP: 2.5 ng/ml (U); 1.9 pg/ml (P)
• Range: AD: 1 – 200 ng/ml, NAD: 5 – 1,000 ng/ml, DOP: 10 – 2,000 ng/ml
• Sample: Plasma, Urine
• Target: Adrenaline, Epinephrine, Noradrenaline, Noradrenaline, Dopamine

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3-CAT (Adrenaline/Noradrenaline/Dopamine) Research ELISA Kit

• Reactivity: Any Species
• Sensitivity: AD/DOP: 0.25 ng/ml, NAD: 0.1 ng/ml
• Range: AD/DOP: 0.5 – 80 ng/ml, NAD: 0.2 – 32 ng/ml
• Sample: Plasma (EDTA), Biological Sample, Cell Culture
• Target: Adrenaline, Epinephrine, Noradrenaline, Norepinephrine, Dopamine

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5-Hydroxyindoleacetic Acid (5-HIAA) ELISA Kit

• Reactivity: Any Species
• Sensitivity: 0.17 mg/l
• Range: 0.5 – 50 mg/l
• Sample: Urine
• Target: 5-Hydroxyindoleacetic Acid, 5-HIAA

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Adrenaline (Epinephrine) ELISA Kit

• Reactivity: Human
• Sensitivity: 0.01 pg/ml (P) and 0.8 ng/ml (U)
• Range: 1 – 200 ng/ml
• Sample: Plasma, Urine
• Target: Adrenaline, Epinephrine

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Adrenaline (Epinephrine) Research ELISA Kit

• Reactivity: Human
• Sensitivity: 0.25 ng/ml
• Range: 0.5 – 80 ng/ml
• Sample: Biological Samples, Plasma (EDTA), Cell Culture
• Target: Epinephrine, Adrenaline

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Chromogranin A ELISA Kit

• Reactivity: Human
• Sensitivity: 1.4 ng/ml
• Range: 0 – 2,500 ng/ml
• Reactivity: Serum, Plasma
• Target: Chromogranin A, ChgA, Parathyroid Secretory Protein 1

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Dopamine ELISA Kit

• Reactivity: Any Species
• Sensitivity: 1.9 ng/ml (P) and 2.5 ng/ml (U)
• Range: 10 – 2,000 ng/ml
• Sample: Plasma, Urine
• Target: Dopamine, Hydroxytyramine

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Dopamine Research ELISA Kit

• Reactivity: Any Species
• Sensitivity: 0.25 ng/ml
• Range: 0 – 80 ng/ml
• Sample: Cell Culute, Biological Samples. Plasma (EDTA)
• Target: Dopamine, Hydroxytyramine

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Gamma Aminobutyric Acid (GABA) ELISA Kit

• Reactivity: Human
• Sensitivity: 49 ng/ml
• Range: 75 – 7,500 ng/ml
• Sample: Plasma, Urine, Serum
• Target: GABA, Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid, Gamma Aminobutyric Acid

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Glutamate ELISA Kit

• Reactivity: Human
• Sensitivity: 0.3 µg/ml
• Range: 0.6 – 60 µg/ml
• Sample: Plasma (EDTA), Urine, Serum
• Target: Glutamate

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Histamine Cell Culture ELISA Kit

• Reactivity: Human
• Sensitivity: 0.2 ng/ml
• Range: 0.5 – 50 ng/ml
• Sample: Whole Blood, Cell Culture, Urine
• Target: Histamine, Beta Imidazolethylamine

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Histamine ELISA Kit

• Reactivity: Human
• Sensitivity: 0.12 ng/ml (P), 0.30 ng/ml (U)
• Range: 0.5 – 50 ng/ml
• Sample: Plasma (Heparin, EDTA), Urine
• Target: Histamine, Beta Imidazolethylamine

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Histamine Research ELISA Kit

• Reactivity: Human
• Sensitivity: 0.2 ng/ml
• Range: 0.5 – 50 ng/ml
• Sample: Plasma (EDTA), Biological Samples
• Target: Histamine, Beta Imidazolethylamine

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Metanephrine Plasma ELISA Kit

• Reactivity: Human
• Sensitivity: 17.0 pg/ml
• Range: 36.0 – 3,600 pg/ml
• Sample: Plasma (EDTA, Citrate)
• Target: Metanephrine, Metaadrenaline

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Metanephrine Urine ELISA Kit

• Reactivity: Human
• Sensitivity: 13.0 ng/ml
• Range: 20.0 – 2,-000 pg/ml
• Sample: Urine
• Target: Metanephrine, Metaadrenaline

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Nephrines Plasma (Metanephrine/Normetanephrine) ELISA Kit

• Reactivity: Human
• Sensitivity: 17.0 pg/ml (M), 23 pg/ml (NM)
• Range: 36.0 – 3,600 pg/ml (M), 48.0 – 4,800 pg/ml (NM)
• Sample: Plasma
• Target: Nephrines, Metanephrine, Normetanephrine

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Nephrines Urine (Metanephrine/Normetanephrine) ELISA Kit

• Reactivity: Human
• Sensitivity: 13.0 pg/ml (M), 23 pg/ml (NM)
• Range: 20.0 – 2,000 pg/ml (M), 30.0 – 3,000 pg/ml (NM)
• Sample: Urine
• Target: Nephrines, Metanephrine, Normetanephrine

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