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Lipase (pancreatic) test

Pancreas monitoring

About the parameter

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This assay is using the lipase enzymatic method DGGR, which is well known as a high-sensitive and specific method for detection of pancreatitis in animals.
It is a highly effective biomarker and has shown a >95% concordant by comparison with tissue and species specific quantitative immunoassay.

The combination of colipase and bile acid makes the reaction specific for pancreatic lipase without interference of esterases and lipolytic enzymes.
The measured absorbance is proportional to the lipase activity in the sample.



Sample material

Fresh serum or lithium heparin plasma.

If samples should be stored ensure protection from light!

Sample material stability:
Stored at 2 – 8 °C – 2 days
Stored at -20 °C – 1 year

Measurement range

When using a 20 µl pipette: 25 – 300 U/L (Lot dependent)
When using a 5 µl pipette: 250 – 1200 U/L (Lot dependent)

Sensitivity: 25 U/L

Test duration

Test duration is approx. 5 minutes.

Package insert

More details can be found in the package insert.

Please note: All package inserts provided on this website are intended for information purposes only! Always process all tests, controls and calibrators strictly according to the package insert provided with the kit.

Appropriate instruments


Test evaluation

Find the evaluation study for the Eurolyser lipase assay here: Eurolyser lipase test evaluation

Additional information

Article numbers

VT 0180      Lipase test kit (containing 16 tests)
VT 0181      Lipase test kit (containing 6 tests)
VT 1800      Lipase control kit (decision level)

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