Amylase HR Reagent

High purity Amylase HR Reagent – 4 vials for the measurement of α-amylase for research, biochemical enzyme assays and in vitro diagnostic analysis.

A new amylase assay reagent containing p-nitrophenyl α-D-maltoheptaoside (blocked) plus a thermostable α-glucosidase. The incorporation of this enzyme allows assays to be performed at temperatures up to 60°C and over the pH range 5.2-7.5.

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R-AMHR4
200 assays per kit / 4 vials
$431.00

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