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Creatinine

The enzyme creatinine amidohydrolase is used to convert creatinine to creatine. Creatine is broken down to sarcosine and urea by creatine amidinohydrolase. Further enzyme linked steps with sarcosine oxidase and peroxidase yield a colored chromogen read at 545nm.

Creatinine measurements are used in the diagnosis and treatment of kidney diseases, in the monitoring of dialysis patients, and as an integral part of diagnostic equations to measure renal function.

Features and Benefits

CREATININE, ENZYMATIC

  • For the quantitative measurement of creatinine. 
  • No significant interference from samples with elevated levels of lipemia, hemolysis, icterus or ascorbic acid. High reliability of testing.
  • Excellent precision and specificity. Confidence in results.
  • Liquid, ready to use reagent. Easy to use, no additional preparation required.
  • Applicable to multiple chemistry platforms. Laboratory flexibility.
  • Serum lithium heparin plasma or urine acceptable. Flexible sample types to meet different laboratory needs.


CREATININE-S

  • For the quantitative measurement of creatinine. 
  • Two part stable liquid, ready to use reagent. Easy to use, no additional reagent preparation required.
  • No significant lipemic interference. Minimizes the need for sample dilutions.
  • Applicable to multiple chemistry platforms. High reliability of testing.
  • Serum and urine samples can be used. Laboratory flexibility.

Catalog

Name Part Size
CREATININE, ENZYMATIC 265-30 3x100 mL (R1); 1x100 mL (R2)
CREATININE-S 221-30 2x250 mL (R1); 1x125 mL (R2); 1x15 mL Standard
CREATININE-S 221-50 1x1000 mL (R1); 1x250 mL (R2)