17 β -Estradiol EIA (for an environment monitor)
||16.5 - 4,000 pg/mL
||This EIA kit is used for quantitative determination of 17''BETA''-estradiol in environmental water and culture supernatant. The kit is characterized for sensitive quantification, high specificity and easy handling.
1. Antibody coated plate 1 plate (96 wells)
2. 17''BETA''-estradiol Standard 1 vial (400ng)
3. Labeled antigen 1 vial
4. Specific antibody 1 vial
5. SA-HRP solution 1 bottle (12mL)
6. Substrate solution 1 bottle(24 mL)
7. OPD tablet 2 tablets
8. Stopping solution 1 bottle (12mL)
9. Buffer solution 1 bottle (25 mL)
10. Washing solution (concentrated) 1 bottle (50 mL)
11. Adhesive foil 3 pieces
Environmental Water (rivers, waste water), Culture Supernatant
Use for Environmental Water, Culture Supernatant Estrogen is now known to include over 20 kinds of related steroidal compounds. Among them, estrone (E1), estradiol (E2), and estriol (E3) are most abundant in the human body. These three are highly stable, to which other estrogen - related steroidal compounds are shown to be transformed rapidly in the metabolic processes. Recently, estrogen is attracting public attention as an environmental pollutant, especially in rivers and wastewater. The assessment of such pollution is therefore an important issue to protect people from the adverse estrogenic effects of the pollutant. Some immunoassay kits are already available commercially for measurement of estrogen, but only in blood and not in environmental materials and culture supernatant. As a part of the developments of a series of estrogen immunoassay kits, we produced the immunoassay kit for measurement of 17''BETA''-estradiol in environmental water and culture supernatant, especially in rivers and wastewater.
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