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Human C-peptide ELISA Kit

Human C-peptide ELISA Kit


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Human C-peptide ELISA Kit

Factory Name MultiSciences
Product Code 70-EK1251-96
CatNum EK1251-96
Product Name Human C-peptide ELISA Kit
Customs Name Human C-peptide ELISA Kit
Product Spec 96T
SalePrice 2500
Type ELISA Kit
Application ELISA
Reactivity Human
Modality NoData
Assay Type Sandwich ELISA
Suitable Sample Type serum, plasma, cell culture supernates
Format 96-well strip plate
Storage 4℃ (unopened) standard stored at -20℃, others stored at 4℃ (opened)
Shipping Condition 4℃
Sensitivity 2.86 pg/ml
Standard Curve Range 39.06-2500 pg/ml
Spike Recovery Range 75%-123%
Mean Spike Recovery 95%
CV of Intra plate 3.8 % - 7.4 %
CV of Inter plate 3.6% - 4.5%

96-well polystyrene microplate coated with a monoclonal antibody against C-peptide

Human C-peptide Standard, lyophilized

C-peptide Detect Antibody

Standard Diluent


Assay Buffer (10×)

Substrate (TMB)

Stop Solution

Washing Buffer (20×)

Plate Covers


C-Peptide, or connective peptide, is secreted by Pancreatic beta cell. It shares a common proinsulin with the mature Insulin. It is a short 31-amino-acid polypeptide that connects insulin's A-chain to its B-chain in the proinsulin molecule. C-peptide has been shown to bind to the surface of a number of cell types such as neuronal, endothelial, fibroblast and renal tubular, at nanomolar concentrations to a receptor that is likely G-protein-coupled. 

C-peptide exerts vascular anti-inflammatory effects via the downregulation of endothelial cell surface adhesion molecules, the reduction of inflammatory cytokine production, and the protection of vascular smooth muscle cells from detrimental Insulin effects. C-peptide administration in animals that had C-peptide deficiency (type 1 model) with nephropathy improves renal function and structure; it decreases urinary albumin excretion and prevents or decreases diabetes-induced glomerular changes secondary to mesangial matrix expansion.