Arginase-1

Arginase-1, also known as liver type arginase, is the final enzyme of the urea cycle. It is an ubiquitous cytosolic enzyme expressed at high levels in the liver of ureotelic animals and plays a key role in the disposal of excess nitrogen from amino acid and nucleotide metabolism. Arginase-1 has recently gained attention from the toxicology community due to its high levels in the liver, rapid release in the blood stream following liver injury, and short half-life in plasma. These collective advantages may justify arginase-1 as an alternative liver injury biomarker over conventional markers such as alanine amino transferase (ALT) and aspartate amino transferase (AST).

 

Arginase-1 Multiplex Products

Our multiplex panels let you process up to 10 analytes simultaneously in each well of a MULTI-SPOT microplate. They provide the same outstanding performance as our singleplex immmunoassays while saving money, sample, and time.

 

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