I believe that everyone must have had such experience. When going to the hospital for medical treatment or routine medical examination, sometimes the doctor will ask you to do a blood test and a complete biochemical examination. In fact, the clinical biochemical detection mentioned here refers to studying the biochemical changes under the pathological state on the basis of the normal metabolism of the human body, by analyzing the changes of related metabolites in the body, looking for characteristic markers, establishing corresponding detection methods for disease prevention , Diagnosis, treatment and prognosis to provide biochemical information and decision-making basis.
Furthermore, biochemical diagnosis refers to an in vitro diagnostic method that uses Lamber-Beer's law to measure various biochemical indexes of various inorganic elements, proteins, and non-protein nitrogen and enzymes, sugar, and lipids in vitro through various biochemical reactions. Liver function, kidney function, blood sugar, blood lipids and other inspection items belong to the biochemical diagnosis. Clinical biochemical diagnostic reagents and biochemical analyzers are used in combination, and the relevant technical principles of chemistry, enzymes, immunology, etc. are applied to diagnose clinical biochemical indicators related to the human body. Through the specific reaction between the reagent and the related analyte, a specific optical signal is given, which is recorded by the biochemical analyzer and compared with the calibrator to give the level of the related analyte. Biochemical diagnosis is one of the most commonly used in vitro diagnostic methods at present, and it is also the earliest and most mature IVD subdivision field developed at home and abroad.
Among them, Trinder's reaction is a routine biochemical detection project catalyzed by a specific substrate oxidase. The oxidase catalyzes the substrate to produce hydrogen peroxide (H202). In the presence of phenol and 4-aminoantipyrine, hydrogen peroxide Peroxidase catalyzes the production of quinone compounds and water, which reflects the amount of hydrogen peroxide produced by the coloration of the quinone compounds, and indirectly detects a certain substrate concentration or a certain oxidase activity. Among the new Trinder's reagents, TOOS is the most commonly used because of its high water solubility, high molar absorbance (that is, more sensitive color reaction), color reaction intensity and fading. TOOS produced by Desheng is favored by more than 100 manufacturers because of its crystal morphology, high crystal purity, and pure white crystal color (important for this color reaction). The following are the relevant indicators of TOOS, please refer to it.
|Product description||TOOS is a new type of high water-soluble aniline derivative, widely used in diagnostic tests and biochemical tests.|
|Transpotation conditions||Room temperature（20℃-25℃）|
DMSO : ≥ 47 mg/mL (159.14 mM)
*"≥"means soluble and does not represent saturation.
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