Cloud-Clone Clinical Diagnostic Reagents and Raw Materials #Arginase Antibody Reagent
Arginase (ARG) is an enzyme involved in the urea cycle, which catalyzes the hydrolysis of L-arginine into L-ornithine and urea. The content of ARG in liver is the highest, followed by kidney, heart, spleen and skeletal muscle. ARG plays an important role in protecting cells from NH3 poisoning and cell growth and repair. In addition, studies have shown that the excessive activity of the ARG/ornithine pathway promotes cardiovascular and renal dysfunction and damage, and plays a role in the progression of central nervous system diseases and cancer. Therefore, ARG detection can help in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular, renal and central nervous system diseases, as well as cancer.