H-FABP has the highest content in cardiomyocytes, but very little in other tissues, and the specificity of cardiomyocytes is strong. After the myocardial injury, it can be quickly released into the blood, and its concentration can be detected in the serum at the earliest half hour. It is an ideal marker to reflect myocardial injury.
|Description||Type||Item NO||Source||Application||Recommend to use for|
|h-FABP Antigen||rAg||GHCA081-1||E.coli||EIA, LF, Fluorescent||Quality Control|
|h-FABP-B11||mAb||GHMA090-1||mouse||EIA, LF, Fluorescent||Coating|
|h-FABP-2F9||mAb||GHMA090-2||mouse||EIA, LF, Fluorescent||Labelling|