In acute myocardial injury, MYO is released into the bloodstream and may exceed the normal upper limit about 2-3 hours after symptom onset, peaking 9-12 hours before returning to normal 24-36 hours later. Determination of serum myoglobin can be used as the most sensitive index for the early diagnosis of acute myocardial infarction (AMI).
|Description||Type||Item NO||Source||Application||Recommend to use for|
|MYO Antigen||rAg||GHCA068-1||E.coli||EIA, LF, Fluorescent||Quality Control|
|MYO-12E3||mAb||GHMA029-1||mouse||EIA, LF, Fluorescent||Coating|
|MYO-5G4||mAb||GHMA029-2||mouse||EIA, LF, Fluorescent||Labelling|
|MYO-8E3||mAb||GHMA029-3||mouse||EIA, LF, Fluorescent||Labelling|