Testosterone quantification in cells and enzymatic formats
There is substantial research indicating that breast cancer tissue contains the enzymes necessary to synthesize estradiol (17ß-estradiol), a steroid hormone that plays an important role in this disease. Two main pathways are involved in the formation of estradiol in breast cancer tissues: the aromatase pathway, which transforms androgens into estrogens, and the sulfatase pathway, which converts estrone into estradiol via the 17ß-HSD1 enzyme. The Estradiol kit is a highly specific assay for measuring estradiol in whole cells, cell supernatants, or biochemical enzyme assays.
|Detection limit:||0.02 ng/mL|
|Dynamic range:||0.02 to 20 ng/mL|
|Specificity:||Estrone 0.4% |
Estrone 3 sulfate 0.002%
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