Oct 20, 1975

Studies of various factors in thyrotropoin releasing hromone TRH) radioimmunoassay for serum (author's transl)

Nihon Naibunpi Gakkai zasshi
T MitsumaN Nihel

Abstract

To study the significance of TRH in the hypothalamo-pituitary-thyroid axis measurement of TRH in body fluid are needed. We previously reported TRH radioimmunoassay for urine. TRH radioimmunoassay for serum has not established yet, because TRH immunoreactivity is inactivated with serum. We investigated effects of various factors on this inactivation and method for prevention of this inactivation. Synthetic TRH was added to normal human serum at 4 degrees C and incubated at 60 degrees C, 37 degrees C, 20 degrees C, 4 degrees C or -20 degrees C for various intervals. After incubation, recovery of TRH was measured. After one hour incubation, recovery of TRH was 9.2% at 37 degrees C, 34.5% at 20 degrees C, 100% at 4 degrees C or -20 degrees C. Incubation of TRH serum mixtures at 65 degrees C after incubation at 37 degrees C resulted in some recovery of TRH. After one hour incubation at 37 degrees C, recovery of TRH was 9.2% at serum pH 7.0, 100% at serum pH 3.0 to 5.0 or 11.0. Recovery of TRH was increased in accordance with stepwisely increase of serum dilution. Concentrations of serum thyroid hormone did not affect recovery of TRH. Smaller quantities of TRH were more rapidly inactivated. Inactivation of TRH immunoreactivity could ...Continue Reading

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Urine
Immunoreactivity
Pituitary-thyroid Axis
Body Fluids
Iodine Radioisotopes
PH.3
Oxyquinoline
Radioimmunoassay
Metal Antagonists
Dilution Technique

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