OxiSelect TBARS Assay Kit (MDA

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OxiSelect TBARS, Assay Kit

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OxiSelect TBARS Assay Kit (MDA Quantification)

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OxiSelect TBARS Assay Kit (MDA Quantification)

Preparation and storage

Store all components at 4 degrees C until their expiration date.

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Occasionally, small volumes of OxiSelect TBARS Assay Kit vials may become trapped in the product vial seal during shipping and storage. If necessary, briefly centrifuge the vial in a benchtop centrifuge to dislodge any liquid on the lid of the container. Some products may need to be shipped with dry ice and an additional fee may apply for dry ice.

Related Product Information for OxiSelect TBARS Test Kit

Assay Principle: The Thiobarbituric Acid Reactive Substances Assay Kit (TBARS) is a tool for the direct quantitative measurement of MDA in biological samples. Unknown samples containing MDA or MDA standards are first reacted with TBA at 95 degrees C. After a short incubation, samples and standards can be read spectrophotometrically or fluorometrically. The MDA content in unknown samples is determined by comparison with the predetermined MDA standard curve.

Background: lipid peroxidation is a well-defined mechanism of cell damage in animals and plants. Lipid peroxides are unstable indicators of oxidative stress in cells that break down to form more complex and reactive compounds such as malondialdehyde (MDA) and 4-hydroxynonenal (4-HNE), natural by-products of lipid peroxidation. Oxidative modification of lipids can be induced in vitro by a wide range of pro-oxidants and occurs in vivo during aging and in certain diseases.

The measurement of the end products of lipid peroxidation is one of the most accepted tests to determine oxidative damage. These aldehyde by-products of lipid peroxidation are generally accepted markers of oxidative stress. Thiobarbituric Acid Reactive Substances (TBARS) is a well-established assay for the detection and monitoring of lipid peroxidation. The quick and easy protocol has been modified by researchers in the evaluation of drugs, food, and human and animal tissue samples. MDA forms a 1: 2 adduct with thiobarbituric acid.

The MDA-TBA adduct formed from the reaction of MDA in samples with TBA can be measured colorimetrically or fluorometrically. TBARS levels are determined from a malondialdehyde equivalence standard. The TBARS assay has provided relevant information on the activity of free radicals in disease states and the measurement of the antioxidant characteristics of many compounds. Although the specificity of TBARS for compounds other than MDA has been controversial, the assay remains the most widely used format for monitoring lipid peroxidation.

Lipids with higher degrees of unsaturated bonds produce higher TBARS values. Soluble TBARS interference can be minimized if lipoprotein fractions are acid precipitated from samples first. Biological samples may contain a mixture of reactive substances for thiobarbituric acids, such as hydroperoxides and aldehydes, which increase in response to oxidative stress. If excessively high TBARS values ​​are obtained, a more specific assay such as HPLC should be used.

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