Elevated serum triglyceride concentrations are associated with increased risk of coronary artery disease, pancreatitis, and numerous genetic lipoprotein disorders.
Triglycerides are synthesized in intestinal epithelial cells by the esterification of glycerol and fatty acids. Once formed, they combine with other lipids and lipoproteins in complex assemblages known as chylomicrons, which are released from the intestinal epithelium into the circulatory system.
Features and Benefits
- For the quantitative measurement of Triglyceride.
- One part stable liquid ready to use reagent. Saves time and labor while reducing errors and reagent waste.
- Wide Linear Range. Reduces repeat testing.
- Applicable to multiple instrument platforms. Laboratory flexibility.
|TRIGLYCERIDE-SL||236-60||2x100 mL (R1)|
|TRIGLYCERIDE-SL||236-99||1x1000 mL (R1)|