Cholinesterase GEN.2 Integra

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Cholinesterase is an in vitro assay for the quantitative determination of cholinesterase in human serum and plasma, in the Roche/Hitachi cobas c systems.

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Cholinesterase (pseudocholinesterase or cholinesterase II) is found in the liver, pancreas, heart, serum and brain white matter. This enzyme should not be confused with the erythrocyte acetylcholinesterase enzyme (EC 3.1.1.7), also called cholinesterase I. The biological activity of cholinesterase is unknown. Serum cholinesterase serves as a marker for possible insecticide poisoning. It is measured as an indicator of liver function. During preoperative diagnostic testing, cholinesterase is used to identify patients with atypical forms of the enzyme and, therefore, to avoid prolonged apnea caused by slow elimination of muscle relaxants. Decreased cholinesterase levels are observed in cases of organophosphate poisoning, as well as in cases of hepatitis, cirrhosis, myocardial infarction, acute infections and atypical phenotypes of the enzyme. This analysis is based on the method published by Schmidt et al.3

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Cholinesterase GEN.2 Integra

26,25 +VAT

Packaging: 200 Tests
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Delivery in 5 to 20 days
Product Code: 781.12.3009 Categories: , ,

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Cholinesterase is an in vitro assay for the quantitative determination of cholinesterase in human serum and plasma, in the Roche/Hitachi cobas c systems.

Summary Cholinesterase (pseudocholinesterase or cholinesterase II) is found in the liver, pancreas, heart, serum and brain white matter. This enzyme should not be confused with the erythrocyte acetylcholinesterase enzyme (EC 3.1.1.7), also called cholinesterase I. The biological activity of cholinesterase is unknown. Serum cholinesterase serves as a marker for possible insecticide poisoning. It is measured as an indicator of liver function. During preoperative diagnostic testing, cholinesterase is used to identify patients with atypical forms of the enzyme and, therefore, to avoid prolonged apnea caused by slow elimination of muscle relaxants. Decreased cholinesterase levels are observed in cases of organophosphate poisoning, as well as in cases of hepatitis, cirrhosis, myocardial infarction, acute infections and atypical phenotypes of the enzyme. This analysis is based on the method published by Schmidt et al.3

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