ARTIFICIAL CHOLESTEROL FLUID (BZ265)
$175.00 – $950.00
Artificial Cholesterol Fluid (BZ265)
Other compositions and customer’s specified configurations can be delivered upon request. Stabilizer, pH Value, Pack Size, and Contents of Artificial Cholesterol Fluid are customizable.
Artificial Cholesterol Fluid or Simulated Cholesterol Fluid (BZ265)
This simulated fluid is only used in the field of scientific research and For in vitro use only.
Pack Size: 100 mL, 200 mL, 500 mL, 1000 mL
pH is 6 to 6.8 (can be customized on the request as per the customer’s project requirement)
Validity: 6 months
Transportation and storage: transportation at room temperature, storage at 2-8 ℃.
Artificial Cholesterol Fluid Features & Notes:
1. Simulated Cholesterol Fluid is a sterile solution and can be used directly.
2. Simulated Cholesterol Fluid, stored at 4 degrees, transported at room temperature.
3. This Simulated Cholesterol Fluid is limited to the scientific research of professionals, and cannot be used for clinical diagnosis or treatment, and cannot be used for food or medicine, and cannot be stored in ordinary houses.
4. For your safety and health, please wear a lab coat and disposable gloves.
Serum cholesterol is measured to determine the concentration of circulating lipoprotein particles when screening for cardiovascular disease. The concentration is affected by genetic and lifestyle factors. Cholesterol concentrations in serous effusions increase due to exudative processes that cause cell lysis or increased vascular permeability. Measurement of cholesterol in body fluids is used for the diagnosis of a cholesterol effusion or cholesterol-rich pseudochylous effusion. Pseudochylous effusions contain low triglycerides and high cholesterol and occur from chronic pleural effusions such as rheumatic pleurisy and tuberculosis. Malignant effusions may become enriched with cholesterol due to increased synthesis and release from neoplastic cells or lymphatic obstruction.
Chylothorax is the name given to pleural effusions containing chylomicrons with accordingly high triglyceride and low cholesterol concentrations, which occurs when chyle accumulates from a disruption of the thoracic duct caused mainly by malignancy or trauma.
Pseudochylous effusions accumulate gradually through the breakdown of cellular lipids in long-standing effusions such as rheumatoid pleuritis, tuberculosis, or myxedema, and by definition, the effluent contains high concentrations of cholesterol, while chylous effusions contain high concentrations of triglycerides in the form of chylomicrons.
Differentiation of pseudochylothorax from chylothorax is important as their milky or opalescent appearance is similar; however, therapeutic management strategies differ.
Measurement of pleural fluid cholesterol has also been investigated in multiple studies for the purpose of differentiating exudates from transudates. Most of these studies concluded that cholesterol performs as well as the measurement of lactate dehydrogenase and total protein applying Light’s criteria, but does not add much value beyond that.
Ascites is the pathologic accumulation of excess fluid in the peritoneal cavity. Cholesterol analysis in the peritoneal fluid may be a useful index to separate malignant ascites from nonmalignant, often cirrhotic ascites. Studies report concentrations ranging from greater than 32 to 70 mg/dL are greater than 88% sensitive and greater than 80% specific for malignant ascites, outperforming cytology.
100ml, 200ml, 500ml, 1000ml
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