Glucose Oxidase, first described in Aspergillus niger), catalyzes the oxidation of glucose into gluconic acid whilst in an aerobic environment. Glucose Oxidase is one of the most widely used biomarkers due to the large enthalpy change observed when it oxidizes glucose. Glucose oxidase can be used as a label in immunoassays when attached to antibodies and for staining tissues. In respect to glucose oxidases' ability to stain tissues, it is most commonly used to determine the levels of glucose in blood, serum, and plasma, as part of colorimetric assays.
Anti-Glucose Oxidase Antibody is ideal for investigators in Immunology, Molecular Biology, and Hematology Research.
Glucose Oxidase [Aspergillus niger]