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Angiotensin I (Human, Rat, Mouse, Canine) - EIA Kit, CE Mark Certified

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EK-002-01CE 96 wells $485

  • Protocol:
  • View/Download (PDF) - for reference only
  • Sample Preparation:
  • Suggested Procedure
  • Measured Sample Levels: polaroid
    Measured values represent approximate 'normal' levels in sample, but do not signify the only possible sample levels. Various factors (e.g. sample storage, assay procedure) can affect results.
  • Human Plasma: 0.50 ng/ml
    Human Plasma (extracted): 0.03 ng/ml
    Human Serum: 0.42 ng/ml
    Human Serum (extracted): 0.10 ng/ml
  • Sample Extraction:
  • Recommended
  • Sensitivity: polaroid
    Data may differ slightly based on lot.
  • 0.083 ng/ml
  • Linear Range: polaroid
    Data may differ slightly based on lot.
  • 0.083 - 1.13 ng/ml
  • Cross Reactivity:
  • Peptide %
    Angiotensin I (Human, Mouse, Canine, Rat) 100
    [Asn1, Val5, Asn9]-Angiotensin I (Salmon) 100
    [Val5, Asn9]-Angiotensin I (Bullfrog) 100
    [Val5, Ser9]-Angiotensin I (Fowl) 100
    Angiotensin II (Human, Mouse, Canine, Rat) 0
    Angiotensin III (Human) 0
    Renin Substrate 0
    a-ANP (Human, Canine) 0
    BNP-32 (Human) 0
    [Arg8]-Vasopressin 0
    Endothelin-1 (Human, Porcine, Rat, Mouse, Canine, Bovine) 0

  • Intra-assay variation:
  • <10%
  • Inter-assay variation:
  • <15%
Standard Curve:

Links to publications that use this kit:

Valorie L. Chiasson., ENDOTHELIAL CELL TGF-β RECEPTOR ACTIVATION CAUSES TACROLIMUS-INDUCED RENAL ARTERIOLAR HYALINOSIS.
Kidney Int. 2012 Apr 11. doi: 10.1038/ki.2012.104.

Huifang Cheng et al., Podocyte COX-2 Exacerbates Diabetic Nephropathy by Increasing Podocyte (Pro)renin Receptor Expression.
Am Soc Nephrol. 2011 July; 22(7): 1240–1251. doi: 10.1681/ASN.2010111149

Nani Hersunarti, MD,Mohammad Saifur Rohman, MD, PhD, Different Plasma Angiotensin I levels in Indonesian Hypertensive Patients
Asean Heart J; 2011; 19 : 20-23

Yasutaka Maeda, et al., Inhibition of chymase protects against diabetes-induced oxidative stress and renal dysfunction in hamsters.
Am J Physiol Renal Physiol 299: F1328–F1338, 2010.

Danchuck et al., Effects of Resibufogenin in Experimental Hypertension
Am J Nephrol. 2008;28(1):8-13.