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Growth Hormone ELISA

Catalog No.: ENC-ERKB1008
Size: 1KIT
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antigen/source: Growth Hormone
Description: standard: native
catalog info: Catalog 2012-p111
Storage: 4C
Immunogen: Bovine
Reacts with: Bovine
Sensitive: 0.2 ng / mL
Purpose: Bovine GH ELISA is intended to quantitative determination of Growth Hormone (bGH) concentration in serum/plasma of bovine and related species. The test is designed as research tool in evaluation of preclinical samples in rat and related species and should be employed by a trained/skilled professional.
component: 1. Antibody-coated microtiter wells, 96-well plate
2. Enzyme -Conjugate reagent 12 mL
3. Reference Standards (0, 1.0, 2.5, 5, 10, 25, 50 ng/mL)
4. TMB Color Reagent, 12 mL
5. Stop solution (2N HCl) , 6 mL
6. 20x Washing Buffer , 20 mL.
7. nstructions


 Applicable sample 
Serum, Plasma
Growth Hormone (is also called somatotropin) is secreted by the anterior pituitary gland and is under the influence of hypothalamic Growth Hormone Releasing Factor (GHRF).It has 191 amino acids in length and has a molecular mass of approximately 22,000 daltons. There are a few structural similarities of growth hormone between species. Its metabolic effects are primarily anabolic. For example, human GH promotes proteinconservation and is engaged in a wide range of mechanisms for protein synthesis. It also enhances glucose transport and facilitates glycogen storage. Another family of peptide hormones, the somatomedins, mediates its cascade of growth-promoting action. Many factors are known to influence the rate of growth hormone secretion, including periods of sleep and wakefulness, exercise, stress, hypoglycemia, estrogens, corticosteroids and L-dopa.
The Bovine Growth Hormone Enzyme Immunoassay provides arapid, sensitive and reliable results.


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