Enzymatic colorimetric method



In the Trinder reaction, the glucose is oxidized to D-gluconate by the glucose oxidase (GOD) with the formation of hydrogen peroxide. In the presence of peroxidase (POD), a mixture of phenol and 4-aminoantipyrine (4-AA) is oxidized by hydrogen peroxide, to form a red quinoneimine dye proportional to the concentration of glucose in the sample.

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1129005 Glucose MR 2x50 ml
1129010 Glucose MR 4x100 ml
1129015 Glucose MR 4x250 ml

KR10200 Glucose MR 2x30 ml
KR10202 Glucose MR 8x30 ml
KR10205 Glucose MR 18x30 ml
CT10200 Glucose MR 2x40 ml
CT10202 Glucose MR 6x40 ml
CT10205 Glucose MR 10x60 ml