T3 Monoclonal Antibody
T3, also known as triiodothyronine, is a thyroid hormone. The production of which is stimulated by TSH. T4 is a precursor of T3 and the conversion is mediated by the activity of three deiodinase enzymes which are present in various tissues. The thyroid gland is also able to synthesise T3 directly. T3 has numerous effects in human including increasing the metabolic rate. Presence of T3 in the blood outside the normal range may indicate a thyroid problem.
|Applications||ELISA, Life Science|
|Disease Area||Thyroid Markers|
|Function in Disease||Thyroid Markers|
|Presentation Matrix||Phosphate Buffer Saline buffer pH 7.4, containing sodium azide|
|Product Category||Monoclonal Antibodies|
Antibody specifically detects Human T3 (native). Recommended as the capture antibody in ELISA assays.
|Tested Applications||ELISA Assay|