α-Enolase (ENO1 Non Neuronal Enolase) (human) ELISA Kit
|Synonyms||NNE; ENO1; MPB-1; MBP-1; ENO1L1; Enolase 1; EC=18.104.22.168; α-Enolase; Non-Neural Enolase; Phosphopyruvate Hydratase; Plasminogen-binding Protein; C-myc Promoter-binding Protein; 2-Phospho-D-Glycerate Hydro-lyase|
|Application Set||Compound Screening|
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|Declaration||Manufactured by AbFrontier|
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|Short Term Storage||+4°C|
|Long Term Storage||+4°C|
Any unused reconstituted standard should be discarded or frozen at -80℃.
Standard can be frozen and thawed one time only without loss of immunoreactivity.
|Product Specification Sheet|
Enolase (2-phosphogly-cerate hydrolyase or phosphopyruvate hydrates) is a glycolytic enzyme that catalyzes the dehydration and conversion of 2-phosphoglycerate to phosphoenolpyruvate. It comprises three distinct subunits, α, β and γ. Non Neuronal Enolase(ENO1) is an isoform of mammalian enolase and is composed of 2 α subunits. The gene for ENO1 also encodes a shorter monomeric structural lens protein, tau-crystallin. Multifunctional enzyme that, as well as its role in glycolysis, plays a part in various processes such as growth control, hypoxia tolerance and allergic responses. May also function in the intravascular and pericellular fibrinolytic system due to its ability to serve as a receptor and activator of plasminogen on the cell surface of several cell-types such as leukocytes and neurons. Stimulates immunoglobulin production. Used as a diagnostic marker for many tumors and, in the heterodimeric form, α/γ, as a marker for hypoxic brain injury after cardiac arrest. Also marker for endometriosis. Antibodies against α-enolase are present in sera from patients with cancer-associated retinopathy syndrome (CAR), a progressive blinding disease which occurs in the presence of systemic tumor growth, primarily small-cell carcinoma of the lung and other malignancies. Is identified as an autoantigen in Hashimoto encephalopathy (HE) a rare autoimmune disease associated with Hashimoto thyroiditis (HT). HT is a disorder in which destructive processes overcome the potential capacity of thyroid replacement leading to hypothyroidism Multifunctional enzyme that, as well as its role in glycolysis, plays a part in various processes such as growth control, hypoxia tolerance and allergic responses. May also function in the intravascular and pericellular fibrinolytic system due to its ability to serve as a receptor and activator of plasminogen on the cell surface of several cell-types such as leukocytes and neurons. Stimulates immunoglobulin production.