Thymulin ELISA

Article number: KR9810



Pack size

96 Tests

Standard concentrations included in the kit

0.03-16 ng/ml

Possible sample matrix and volumes

Serum 50 µl
Thymus extract 50 µl

Incubation periods

  1. 1 hour
  2. 16-20 hours
  3. 1 hour
  4. 10-20 minutes


Regulatory Status

RUO (research use only)

The thymus regulates multiple functions. It is mainly responsible for the immune response. It also influences the central nervous system and the endocrinium by the secretion of single peptides like Thymulin or Thymosines alpha 1 and beta 4 . Thymulin is only active in the presence of zinc forming a complex and acting on T-lymphocytes and their stem cells. The secretion of thymulin is regulated by the pituitary gland.