Specifications

  • Use Stress Marker in as Little as 1 µL Serum or Plasma
  • Sample Plasma, Serum, Saliva, Urine, Fecal Extracts
  • Validation Mice, Rats, Humans, Monkeys, Felids, Ungulates, Canine
  • Time to Answer 2 Hours
  • Samples/Kit 37 or 229 in Duplicate
  • Stability Stable 4°C Liquid Reagents
  • Readout Glow Luminescent
  • Standard Curve
  • Description

    Cortisone (C21H28O5, Kendall’s Compound ‘E’) was identified by extraction from bovine suprarenal gland tissue. Cortisol and cortisone concentrations vary due to the activity of two 11β-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenases (11β-HSD). 11β-HSD1 is found primarily in the liver where it converts cortisone to cortisol while 11β-HSD2 is found in tissues such as the kidney where cortisol receptor binding is required. This glucocorticoid “shuttle” helps to initiate and regulate the anti-inflammatory response. (K017-C1/C5)