Fluorometric assay of the arylsulphatases in human urine

Journal of Clinical Chemistry and Clinical Biochemistry. Zeitschrift Für Klinische Chemie Und Klinische Biochemie
B Hultberg


A method is described which differentiates arylsulphatase A and arylsulphatase B in human urine. 4-Methylumbelliferyl sulphate serves as the substrate, and silver ions are used to inhibit arylsulphatase A activity. Using fresh urine it is possible to obtain separate values for arylsulphatase A and B when both are present, thus providing a diagnostic test for metachromatic leucodystrophy.


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