• 产品编号:FLMPO 100-3
    • 产品名称:Fluoro MPO™ Fluorescent Myeloperoxidase Detection Kit/髓过氧化物酶检测试剂盒
    • 产品规格:500Test
    • 价  格:6375.00
    • 供 应 商:Cell Tech
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  • Fluoro MPO™
    Fluorescent Myeloperoxidase Detection Kit
    Key Benefits:
    • Can monitor multiple time points to follow kinetics.
    • One-step, no wash assay.
    • Adaptable for High Throughput format
    • Highly Sensitive
    • Applications - Fluorescence (Plate Reader) or Absorbance
    Assay Principle
    Myeloperoxidase (MPO) is a highly cationic glycosolated hemoprotein that has a molecular weight of 144kD. The hemoprotein consists of two dimers linked via a disulfide bridge. Each dimmer is composed of a heavy (53kD) and light (15kD) subunit. Each heavy chain contains an independently acting protoporphyrin group containing a central iron (1-5). MPO is present in the azurophilic granules of polymorphonuclear leukocytes (PMNs) and is unique to neutrophils and monocytes. However, monocytes contain only one third of the MPO found in PMN’s. MPO utilizes H202 produced by the neutrophils to oxidize a varity of aromatic compounds to give substrate radicals for bactericidal activity (4 review). This enzyme is unique however in that it can oxidize chloride ions to produce a strong nonradical oxidant,HOCl. HOCl is the most powerfull bactericidal produced by neutrophils (4 review). Excessive production of these radicals can cause oxidative stress leading to oxidative tissue injury.
    H2O2 + Detection reagent (non-fluorescent)+ MPO
                                                 ---------> fluorescent analog 
                                         Excitation:530-571nm; Emission: 590-600nm
    • Detection of MPO activity in neutrophils and macrophages.
    • Detection of PMN infiltration in tissue samples (inflammation and innate host defense mechanisms).  
    • Acute and chronic inflammatory disorders due to oxidative tissue damage.  
    • MPO activity in acute and chronic manifestations of cardiovascular disease.
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    5. Andrews, P.C., Parnes, C. & Krinsky, N.I. (1984) Comparison of myeloperoxidase and hemi-myeloperoxidase with respect to catalysis, regulation, and bacterial activity. Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 228, 439–442.
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    Kit contents (for 500 assays)
    1. 10X Assay Buffer: 60ml 
    2. Detection reagent: One vial for 500 assays.
    3. Hydrogen Peroxide: 1000µL of a stabilized 3% solution.
    4. Myeloperoxidase: 1 vial at 30 units/ml
    The following kits are available:
    Catalog #
    Price (RMB)
    FLMPO 100-3
    500 Tests 6375.00

    Fluoro MPO Fluorescent Myeloperoxidase Detection Kit/荧光髓过氧化物酶检测试剂盒








    髓过氧化物酶(MPO)是一种高度阳离子糖基化红血素蛋白,分子量是144kD。该红血素蛋白由两个通过二硫键连接而成的两个二聚体组成。每个亚单位是由一重亚基(53kD)和一个轻亚基(15kD)组成。每个重链包含一个独立的原卟啉组分(包含一个中央铁离子)(1-5)。 MPO存在于中性粒细胞中的嗜苯胺蓝颗粒中,并且对中性粒细胞和单核细胞有唯一性。然而,单核细胞中只含有中性粒细胞的过氧化物酶含量的三分之一。 MPO利用嗜中性粒细胞产生的H2O2可以氧化各种芳香族化合物,给杀菌活性提供基础(报告4)。然而,这种酶是独一无二的,它可以氧化氯离子,产生强烈的嗜中性粒细胞氧化产物,次氯酸。这些自由基的过量产生会导致氧化应激,导致组织损伤。


    H2O2 + 检测试剂 (非荧光)+ MPO---------> 荧光类似物

    激发波长:530-571nm; 发射波长: 590-600nm