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D-Bil TP ALP GGT - Liver FunctionⅡ Rapid Reagent Kit

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Overview

[pale ʻia ka leka uila] The Direct Bilirubin/Total Protein/Alkaline Phosphatase/Glutamyl Transferase Reagent Kit is intended to quantitatively determine the concentration of direct bilirubin (DB) and total protein (TP), and the activity  of  kekalina  phosphatase (ALP) and γ-glutamyl transferase (GGT) in human serum.


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DB, also known as conjugated bilirubin, is produced when indirect bilirubin goes into liver and combines with glucuronic acid under the effect of glucuronyl transferase. Elevated DB indicates that there are difficulties for bilirubin to be excreted through biliary tract after going out of liver.

Clinically, elevated TP and decreased TP are both significant. Plasma concentration due to loss of water, or increased production of serum protein, can cause the concentration of total protein to elevate; the decrease of total protein can be caused by: plasma dilution due to increase of water, malnutrition or increased consumption, less production due to liver damage, or the loss of large quantities of plasma protein.

ALP exists in a variety of human tissues all over the human body. The measuring of ALP is mainly used for the diagnosis and monitoring of liver diseases, gall diseases and bone-related diseases.

The GGT in serum mainly comes from liver. It is a sensitive indicator of liver disease, as high GGT is observed in liver diseases of various causes.


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Liquid phase reaction system, using end-point method & rate method methodology lead to accurate result

Loaʻa ka hopena ma 13 mau minuke

Self-contained & single-use cartridge

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DB/TP/ALP/GGT

Nā kikowaena

Koko serum

Wā Hōʻoia

13 minuke

Laulā Ana

DB: 1.0~260 µmol/L

TP: 3.0~120 g/L

ALP: 25~750 U/L

GGT: 10~450 U/L

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