ALT is found primarily in the liver and kidneys. Increased levels of ALT are generally a result of liver disease associated with some degree of hepatic necrosis such as cirrhosis, carcinoma, viral or toxic hepatitis and obstructive jaundice. Slight to moderate elevations have been observed after administration of medications such as NSAIDS, antibiotics, antiepileptic drugs, statins, or opiates.
- Intended for the in vitro quantitative determination of Alanine Aminotransferase in serum
- Reagent is suitable for manual use or on automated clinical chemistry analyzers
- Applications for a wide range of automated analyzers are available on request
Infinity* ALT/GPT (Product No. TR71121)
- Linearity: 0 - 450 U/L
- Stability: Stable Liquid
- Liquid or Powder: Liquid