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determination of creatinine using immobolised enzymes.

Janet S. Colliss

determination of creatinine using immobolised enzymes.

by Janet S. Colliss

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Published by Brighton Polytechnic in [Brighton .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - Brighton Polytechnic, Dept. of Pharmacy, 1985.

ContributionsBrighton Polytechnic. Department of Pharmacy.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13866884M

In , Max Jaffe discovered a reaction of creatinine with picric acid in an alkaline environment. Although the manuscript describes the nature of a precipitate and does not deal with an analytical assay, Jaffe's landmark paper elucidated the basic principles of the creatinine determination method (originally developed by Otto Folin), which became immensely popular and has easily .   The first aim of the study was to investigate the accuracy and intra-laboratory variation of serum creatinine measurements in clinical laboratories in Flanders. The second purpose was to check the effect of this variation in serum creatinine concentration results on the calculated estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) and the impact on classification of Cited by:

The mean [standard deviation (SD)] creatinine value obtained from plasma was () mg/dl and the mean creatinine from corresponding dried blood spot was () mg/dl. Figure 1shows the scatter plot of all values of creatinine obtained Cited by: 1. Most of the amylase in plasma originates from the pancreas and salivary glands, and represents a small fraction of the enzymes produced by these glands. The majority of plasma amylase is cleared by the reticuloendothelial system and a proportion is excreted in the : M. J. McMahon.

Spectrum Diagnostics creatinine reagent is intended for the in-vitro quantitative diagnostic determination of creatinine in human serum or urine on both automated and manual systems. Background Creatine is synthesized in kidney, liver and pancreas. It is transported in blood to other organs such as muscle and brain where it isFile Size: 48KB. • Serum creatinine level is another way of determining kidney function. Creatinine is a protein produced by muscle and released into the blood. The amount produced is relatively stable in a given animal. The creatinine level in the serum is therefore determined by the rate it is being removed, which is roughly a measure of kidney function.


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Determination of creatinine using immobolised enzymes by Janet S. Colliss Download PDF EPUB FB2

True creatinine. The results with the specific enzymes confirm the discovery by these authors of considerable amounts of non- creatinine, Jaffe-reactive substance in erythrocytes. Even though TABLE II True Creatinine in Erythrocytes of Normal Individuals n&p.

per cc. Average The determination of creatinine in plasma or serum, and in urine; a critical examination J. Owen, Betty Iggo, F. Scandrett, and C. Stewart Department of Clinical Chemistry, University of Cited by: Multi-enzyme membrane electrodes for determination of creatinine and creatine in serum.

Tsuchida T, Yoda K. An enzyme electrode system for the determination of creatinine and creatine was developed by utilizing three enzymes: creatinine amidohydrolase (CA), creatine amidinohydrolase (Cl), and sarcosine oxidase (SO).Cited by: creatinine is determined as in the preformed creatinine determina- tion using 1 mgm.

of creatinine as a standard. In my hands this procedure gives absolutely quantitative results every time with 1,32 mgm. of crystallized creatine, even in the presence of as much as 25 mgm.

of urea nitrogen,‘and 50 mgm. The selectivity of determination is ensured using columns packed with an anion-exchange resin for urea or synthesized molecularly imprinted polymers.

Introduction. Creatinine is the end product of creatine metabolism, which normally exists in serum and is eradicated from the blood circulation via glomerular filtration at a constant excretion rate.Abnormal levels of creatinine in serum or urine indicate impaired kidney function, and creatinine has been accepted as a marker for monitoring the impact of treatment in Cited by: A new spectrophotometric method for the analysis of creatinine concentration in human serum samples is developed.

The method explores the oxidation of p-methylamino phenol sulfate (Metol) in the presence of copper sulfate and creatinine which yields an intense violet colored species with maximum absorbance at by: 9.

The Jaffe and enzymatic methods are the two most common methods for measuring serum creatinine. The Jaffe method is less expensive than the enzymatic assay ($ vs $ per test based on list prices) but is more susceptible to interferences.

Although these tests are not expensive, they are high-volume tests and the savings could. Diazyme's Creatinine Liquid Reagents Assay is a quick, easy to use enzymatic procedure applicable to routine laboratory instrumentation. Enzymatic methodology is a better clinical choice for the accurate measurement of creatinine, especially for.

The determination of serum creatinine concentrations by enzymatic method on Backman Coulter AU and Modified jaffe's kinetic method was performed on. Enzymatic Assay of CREATININE DEIMINASE (EC ) UNIT DEFINITION: One unit will hydrolyze µmole of creatinine to N-methylhydantoin and NH 3 per minute at pH at 37°C in a coupled system with L-glutamic dehydrogenase.

FINAL ASSAY CONCENTRATIONS: In a ml reaction mix, the final concentrations are. cedures, gave thelargest creatinine values withurines containing protein; therecoveries wereand%forT.C.(N=5)andTrue (N=5),respectively. Inaddition totheabovestandards, anaqueous control andusually acommercial serum control (Versatol), eachin duplicate, aresimultaneously analyzed.

Themethod ofestimating creatinine published bythemanufacturer. Creatinine (CR) is an endogenously-produced chemical routinely assayed in urine specimens to assess kidney function, sample dilution.

The industry-standard method for CR determination, known as the kinetic Jaffe (KJ) method, relies on an exponential rate of a colorimetric change, and can therefore require automated processing equipment for moderate. The Randox Creatinine assay is used for the quantitative in vitro determination of creatinine in serum, plasma and urine to understand the level of kidney function.

Elevated concentration levels of creatinine in the blood or urine is usually indicative of kidney dysfunction, kidney disease, dehydration or reduced blood flow to the kidneys.

Biological relevance. Serum creatinine (a blood measurement) is an important indicator of kidney health because it is an easily measured byproduct of muscle metabolism that is excreted unchanged by the kidneys.

Creatinine itself is produced via a biological system involving creatine, phosphocreatine (also known as creatine phosphate), and adenosine triphosphate (ATP, the Beilstein Reference:   In the creatinine determination procedure using the invention, to ml of sample has been used with to ml of final mixed reagent.

Preferably, however, to ml of sample with ml of final reagent is used. In this preferred procedure, ml of alkaline picrate reagent is introduced into a suitable test tube and pre. Abstract. The reactions of creatinine with picric acid and of creatine with 1-naphthol and biacetyl, both in an alkaline medium, have been used to develop a flow injection method for the simultaneous determination of creatinine and creatine, by: JFY – Enzymatic Method Creatinine 4.

Panel: Clinical Chemistry (75) H. Intended Use: 1. Intended use(s): Refer to Indications for use below. Indication(s) for use: The ADVIA Chemistry Enzymatic Creatinine_2 is for in vitro diagnostic use in the quantitative determination of creatinine in human serum, plasma, and urine on.

After an annual check up the lab results were showing elevated creatinine and liver enzymes. Going back after Christmas for a lab recheck. Two weeks prior to this I had intense chest pain, neck and back even the back of my tongue hurt for minutes and sore chest afterwards.

The enzymatic creatinine assay deals effectively with most interfering substances but has a greater cost and shorter shelf-life compared with the kinetic Jaffe’s this study an enzymatic kit method for the determination of serum creatinine was optimized for use with OLYMPUS AU Auto analyzer and its performance characteristics and.

date 5/17/ creatinine - bilirubin total ast 48 37 alt 62 40 my doctor say since the liver enzyme are goign down thats good sign and to see him in three month,but he was concern about my creatinine level which remind at the range of in the past 3 test.i took creatine for almost but stop for the past 8 month.Creatinine Reagent is intended for the quantitative determination of creatinine in serum, plasma and urine.

SUMMARY Serum creatinine is a waste product formed by the spontaneous dehydration of body creatine. Most of the body creatine is found in muscle tissue where it File Size: KB.Determination of creatinine clearance is therefore appropriate before placing patients on certain therapeutic regimens.

Assessment of renal function is also warranted for patients with known renal disease or for those at risk for renal dysfunction. For renal patients, the rate of creatinine clearance indicates whether dietary protein.