Dedicated to the study of Gs coupled GPCR
- High sensitivity
- Highly specific
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%
cGMP for accurate assessment in cells and for PDE
Robust assay for quantifying phosphorylated JNK at Thr183 and Tyr185.
LTB4 quantification in cells and supernatants
Testosterone quantification in cells and enzymatic formats
Progesterone quantification in cell lysates and serum