In article <35E6F90E.6F55 at glycob.ox.ac.uk> "David A. Priestman" <priesty at glycob.ox.ac.uk> writes:
>From: "David A. Priestman" <priesty at glycob.ox.ac.uk>
>Subject: Glucose Assay
>Date: Fri, 28 Aug 1998 17:38:40 -0100
>Looking for a good reliable assay (preferably spectrophotometric or
>fluorescent) for glucose in the range >100pmol <5nmol. Standard serum
>assays (hexokinase/G6PDH, Trinder etc) are too insensitive, fluorescent
>(2-AB) labeling difficult to separate free label from labelled glucose.
>I would also like to be able to assay galactose in this range.
> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
>PS I know about luminometric methods, but don't have a luminometer
>immediately at hand.
Is there any reason you can't freeze-dry your samples and make up in a smaller
amount of liquid?
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