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PYY, Total ELISA Test

Description:... Peptide YY (PYY) was first identified in 1980 (1) and has only recently been appreciated as a hormonal regulator of appetite (2). PYY is produced by the gut and released into the circulation after food intake, and is found to decrease appetite. The ...
Company:Diagnostic Systems Laboratories, Inc.

C-Peptide of Insulin RIA Test

Description:... of the C-peptide of insulin may be useful in evaluating endogenous insulin secretion in a variety of clinical conditions [2, 3, 4]. Gerich JE: hormonal control of homeostatis. IN Galloway JA, Potvin JH, Shuman CR (eds): Diabetes Mellitus, ninth edition. Eli Lilly Co, Indianapolis, 1988, pp 46-63. ...
Company:Diagnostic Systems Laboratories, Inc.

C-Peptide of Insulin ELISA Test

Description:... of the C-peptide of insulin may be useful in evaluating endogenous insulin secretion in a variety of clinical conditions [2, 3, 4]. Gerich JE: hormonal control of homeostatis. IN Galloway JA, Potvin JH, Shuman CR (eds): Diabetes Mellitus, ninth edition. Eli Lilly Co, Indianapolis, 1988, pp 46-63. ...
Company:Diagnostic Systems Laboratories, Inc.

TSH ELISA Test

Description:... and placental gonadotropins, consisting of an a-subunit which is similar or identical between these hormones and a unique beta-subunit, which confers hormonal specificity. TSH stimulates production of thyroid hormones by binding to thyrocyte membrane receptors, leading to stimulation of cAMP-dependent ...
Company:Diagnostic Systems Laboratories, Inc.

TSH IRMA Test

Description:... and placental gonadotropins, consisting of an a-subunit which is similar or identical between these hormones and a unique beta-subunit, which confers hormonal specificity. TSH stimulates production of thyroid hormones by binding to thyrocyte membrane receptors, leading to stimulation of cAMP-dependent ...
Company:Diagnostic Systems Laboratories, Inc.

Insulin RIA Test

Description:... of immediate or first-phase insulin secretion after an acute glucose load may be predictive of Type I diabetes mellitus [8,9]. Gerich JE: hormonal control of homeostasis. IN Galloway JA, Potvin JH, Shuman CR (eds): Diabetes Mellitus, ninth edition. Eli Lilly Co, Indianapolis, 1988, pp 46-63. ...
Company:Diagnostic Systems Laboratories, Inc.

3rd Generation Estradiol EIA

Description:... 3rd Generation Estradiol EIA is intended to measure estradiol in serum. Estradiol measurements are used in the diagnosis and treatment of various hormonal sexual disorders and in assessing placental function in complicated pregnancy. This assay is intended for in vitro diagnostic ....
Company:Diagnostic Systems Laboratories, Inc.

Triage BNP Test

Description:... peptide (BNP) Cardiac hormone produced by the heart ventricles in response to ventricular volume expansion and pressure overload. Excellent hormonal marker of ventricular systolic and diastolic dysfunction. The Triage BNP Test provides meaningful diagnostic information not available from other ...
Company:Biosite
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