For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
The Wako Autokit Glucose is an in vitro assay for the quantitative determination of glucose in serum, plasma or urine.
Enzymatic Colorimetric Method
Muller first demonstrated that b-glucose oxidase promoted the oxidation of glucose by molecular oxygen to gluconic acid. Franke and Lorenz discovered that hydrogen peroxide is simultaneously produced in this reaction. In 1956, first Kesteon and then Teller introduced the enzymatic methods for the determination of glucose, combining glucose oxidase (GOD), peroxidase (POD), and an oxygen acceptor (chromogen); which had high specificity and simplicity.
FUJIFILM Wako has developed an enzymatic method (Autokit Glucose) for the measurement of glucose that combines the traditional glucose oxidase method with the enzyme mutarotose to facilitate the conversion of a-D-Glucose to b-D- Glucose.
The FUJIFILM Wako Autokit Glucose is in vitro assay for the quantitative determination of glucose in serum, plasma, or urine.
2 x 150 mL
2 x for 150 mL
Standard Solution I:
1 x 10 mL
Standard Solution II:
1 x 10 mL
|Calibrator is included in the kit.