Matrix Metalloproteinase-9 (MMP-9) ELISA Kit


Human MMP-9 ELISA kit can be used for measuring in vitro quantitative concentrations of matrix metalloproteinase-9 (MMP9, MMP-9, gelatinase B, 92 kD type IV collagenase or type V collagenase) in human cell lysates, serum, plasma, cell culture supernatant and many other biological fluids. This assay has a minimum sensitivity limit of 15.12 ng/mL.


Matrix metalloproteinase-9 (MMP-9 or MMP9) which can also be referred to as gelatinase B, type V collagenase or 92 kD type IV collagenase, are members of the group of secreted zinc metalloproteases. It is a matrixin which is involved in degrading extracellular matrix, allow angiogenesis and tumor invasion. Human MMP-9 pro-enzyme consists of five domains: amino-terminal pro-peptide, carboxyl-terminal hemopexin-like domain (conserved) and the zinc-binding catalytic domain.

The following MMP-9 ELISA kit is ideal for detecting various different diagnostic applications. Matrix metalloproteinase-9 is predominantly known to be expressed in macrophages, neutrophils and mast cells and together with elastase is a regulatory factor in the migration of neutrophil across the basement membrane. Gelatinase B, has been identified to have proteolytic activity against connective tissue proteins and it has be indicated to be vital in the process of connective tissue remodelling which is linked with plaque rupture and atherogenesis. Elevated levels of MMP9 are discovered in cases of focal brain ischemia and rheumatoid arthritis. This MMP-9 ELISA kit offers a sesnitivity level of 15.12 ng/mL and it can be used to measure human samples of cell lysates, cell culture supernatant, biological fluids, serum and plasma.


The minimum detection sensitivity level of matrix metalloproteinase-9 (MMP9, MMP-9, type V collagenase, 92 kD type IV collagenase, gelatinase B) using current human MMP-9 ELISA kit was 15.12 ng/mL. The dynamic range for this assay is 30.0 – 9,000 ng/mL.


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  • Full Name: Matrix Metalloproteinase-9 (MMP-9) ELISA Kit
  • Reactivity: Human
  • Sample Type: Serum, Other Biological Fluids, Plasma, Cell Culture Supernatant, Cell Lysates
  • Sensitivity: 15.12 ng/mL



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