There are two cholinesterases (CHE and ACHE) differing in substrate specificity , tissue of origin and biological role. The term cholinesterase (ACHE), also known as acetylcholine Acetylhydrolase EC 184.108.40.206, is found in erythrocytes, in lung and spleen and in grey matter of brain. The assay of serum cholinesterase (CHE) is useful to diagnose: liver disorders, hepatitis, cirrhosis, carcinum with metastasis, sensitivity to succinylcholine administration and pesticide poisonong. Levels decrease in all above cases.
Features and Benefits
- For the kinetic colorimetric measurement of cholinesterase a.
- The reagents are provided in a ready to use format.
- Reagents, stored at 2-8 °C in unopened vials, are stable up to expiry date indicated on the package.
|CHOLINESTERASE||17019H||2x50 mL (R1); 1x20 mL (R2)|