URIC ACID

URIC ACID

Uric acid is the major product of the catabolism of endogenous and exogenous (dietary) purine nucleosides (adenosine and guanosine). This transformation mainly occurs in the liver. Approximately 75% of uric acid is eliminated b kidneys, the remainder is secreted in to the gastrointestinal tract, where it is degraded by bacterial enzymes. Uric acid is not very sholuble in water, urate crystals can occur in urines when the concentration is abnormally high it can also happen in plasma crystals then deposite essentially in joints which induce intense inflammatory responses.

ELITROL I 10 X 5 mL
ELITROL II 10 X 5 mL

R1: 1000 Micron
STD: 10 Micron
Sample: 10 Micron
Time: 10 Minutes
Temperature: 37

Serum: Men 3.5———————-7.2 Mg/dl
Women 2.6——————-6.0

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