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    Immundiagnostik AG idk zonulin elisa kit
    Linear regression and correlation analysis carried out between blood bacterial load and serum <t>zonulin</t> levels. Correlation has been assessed through Pearson’s ( r coefficient), Spearman’s (ρ), and Kendall’s (τ) analyses. Analyses were performed on the first (n = 43, panels A , B,C ) and the second (n = 42, panel D , E,F ) set of blood samples collected from older people. The second set of blood samples was collected approximately four months after the first draw from the same older volunteers. Panels A and D, tables showing correlation and regression indexes and p values. Panels B and E, linear regression plot; vertical dotted lines indicate the quartiles. Panels C and F, Tukey box plots showing levels of bacterial DNAema in blood samples grouped in quartiles based on zonulin level.
    Idk Zonulin Elisa Kit, supplied by Immundiagnostik AG, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 94/100, based on 21 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    1) Product Images from "Bacterial DNAemia is associated with serum zonulin levels in older subjects"

    Article Title: Bacterial DNAemia is associated with serum zonulin levels in older subjects

    Journal: Scientific Reports

    doi: 10.1038/s41598-021-90476-0

    Linear regression and correlation analysis carried out between blood bacterial load and serum zonulin levels. Correlation has been assessed through Pearson’s ( r coefficient), Spearman’s (ρ), and Kendall’s (τ) analyses. Analyses were performed on the first (n = 43, panels A , B,C ) and the second (n = 42, panel D , E,F ) set of blood samples collected from older people. The second set of blood samples was collected approximately four months after the first draw from the same older volunteers. Panels A and D, tables showing correlation and regression indexes and p values. Panels B and E, linear regression plot; vertical dotted lines indicate the quartiles. Panels C and F, Tukey box plots showing levels of bacterial DNAema in blood samples grouped in quartiles based on zonulin level.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Linear regression and correlation analysis carried out between blood bacterial load and serum zonulin levels. Correlation has been assessed through Pearson’s ( r coefficient), Spearman’s (ρ), and Kendall’s (τ) analyses. Analyses were performed on the first (n = 43, panels A , B,C ) and the second (n = 42, panel D , E,F ) set of blood samples collected from older people. The second set of blood samples was collected approximately four months after the first draw from the same older volunteers. Panels A and D, tables showing correlation and regression indexes and p values. Panels B and E, linear regression plot; vertical dotted lines indicate the quartiles. Panels C and F, Tukey box plots showing levels of bacterial DNAema in blood samples grouped in quartiles based on zonulin level.

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    2) Product Images from "In vitro Effects of Bacterial Exposure on Secretion of Zonulin Family Peptides and Their Detection in Human Tissue Samples"

    Article Title: In vitro Effects of Bacterial Exposure on Secretion of Zonulin Family Peptides and Their Detection in Human Tissue Samples

    Journal: Frontiers in Microbiology

    doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2022.848128

    Zonulin family peptide content in extracts of various human tissues. All ZFP concentrations were corrected for the amount of total protein. Error bars represent SDs of three technical replicates in the experiments. Blank, negative control processed using the same protocol with other tissue samples. IHTGs, intrahepatic triglycerides.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Zonulin family peptide content in extracts of various human tissues. All ZFP concentrations were corrected for the amount of total protein. Error bars represent SDs of three technical replicates in the experiments. Blank, negative control processed using the same protocol with other tissue samples. IHTGs, intrahepatic triglycerides.

    Techniques Used: Negative Control

    Concentrations of zonulin family peptides (ZFPs) in HT-29 cell media after exposure to various bacterial strains after 16 h. Error bars represent SDs of three technical replicates in the experiments. The dash line indicates limit of quantification (LoD) of the ELISA kit. Statistical significance compared to untreated controls is designated with asterisks ( * p
    Figure Legend Snippet: Concentrations of zonulin family peptides (ZFPs) in HT-29 cell media after exposure to various bacterial strains after 16 h. Error bars represent SDs of three technical replicates in the experiments. The dash line indicates limit of quantification (LoD) of the ELISA kit. Statistical significance compared to untreated controls is designated with asterisks ( * p

    Techniques Used: Enzyme-linked Immunosorbent Assay

    3) Product Images from "Intestinal barrier integrity in anorexia nervosa (a pilot study)). Intestinal barrier integrity in anorexia nervosa (a pilot study)"

    Article Title: Intestinal barrier integrity in anorexia nervosa (a pilot study)). Intestinal barrier integrity in anorexia nervosa (a pilot study)

    Journal: The International Journal of Eating Disorders

    doi: 10.1002/eat.23678

    A biomarker of intestinal barrier function. (a) Concentration of serum zonulin family peptides (ZFP) in patients with anorexia nervosa (AN) and healthy controls (HC). (b) Correlation of serum ZFP with body mass index (BMI) in patients with AN and HC, presented with the linear regression and 95% confidence intervals
    Figure Legend Snippet: A biomarker of intestinal barrier function. (a) Concentration of serum zonulin family peptides (ZFP) in patients with anorexia nervosa (AN) and healthy controls (HC). (b) Correlation of serum ZFP with body mass index (BMI) in patients with AN and HC, presented with the linear regression and 95% confidence intervals

    Techniques Used: Biomarker Assay, Concentration Assay

    4) Product Images from "In vitro Effects of Bacterial Exposure on Secretion of Zonulin Family Peptides and Their Detection in Human Tissue Samples"

    Article Title: In vitro Effects of Bacterial Exposure on Secretion of Zonulin Family Peptides and Their Detection in Human Tissue Samples

    Journal: Frontiers in Microbiology

    doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2022.848128

    Zonulin family peptide content in extracts of various human tissues. All ZFP concentrations were corrected for the amount of total protein. Error bars represent SDs of three technical replicates in the experiments. Blank, negative control processed using the same protocol with other tissue samples. IHTGs, intrahepatic triglycerides.
    Figure Legend Snippet: Zonulin family peptide content in extracts of various human tissues. All ZFP concentrations were corrected for the amount of total protein. Error bars represent SDs of three technical replicates in the experiments. Blank, negative control processed using the same protocol with other tissue samples. IHTGs, intrahepatic triglycerides.

    Techniques Used: Negative Control

    Concentrations of zonulin family peptides (ZFPs) in HT-29 cell media after exposure to various bacterial strains after 16 h. Error bars represent SDs of three technical replicates in the experiments. The dash line indicates limit of quantification (LoD) of the ELISA kit. Statistical significance compared to untreated controls is designated with asterisks ( * p
    Figure Legend Snippet: Concentrations of zonulin family peptides (ZFPs) in HT-29 cell media after exposure to various bacterial strains after 16 h. Error bars represent SDs of three technical replicates in the experiments. The dash line indicates limit of quantification (LoD) of the ELISA kit. Statistical significance compared to untreated controls is designated with asterisks ( * p

    Techniques Used: Enzyme-linked Immunosorbent Assay

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    Immundiagnostik AG idk zonulin elisa kit
    Linear regression and correlation analysis carried out between blood bacterial load and serum <t>zonulin</t> levels. Correlation has been assessed through Pearson’s ( r coefficient), Spearman’s (ρ), and Kendall’s (τ) analyses. Analyses were performed on the first (n = 43, panels A , B,C ) and the second (n = 42, panel D , E,F ) set of blood samples collected from older people. The second set of blood samples was collected approximately four months after the first draw from the same older volunteers. Panels A and D, tables showing correlation and regression indexes and p values. Panels B and E, linear regression plot; vertical dotted lines indicate the quartiles. Panels C and F, Tukey box plots showing levels of bacterial DNAema in blood samples grouped in quartiles based on zonulin level.
    Idk Zonulin Elisa Kit, supplied by Immundiagnostik AG, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 94/100, based on 1 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Linear regression and correlation analysis carried out between blood bacterial load and serum zonulin levels. Correlation has been assessed through Pearson’s ( r coefficient), Spearman’s (ρ), and Kendall’s (τ) analyses. Analyses were performed on the first (n = 43, panels A , B,C ) and the second (n = 42, panel D , E,F ) set of blood samples collected from older people. The second set of blood samples was collected approximately four months after the first draw from the same older volunteers. Panels A and D, tables showing correlation and regression indexes and p values. Panels B and E, linear regression plot; vertical dotted lines indicate the quartiles. Panels C and F, Tukey box plots showing levels of bacterial DNAema in blood samples grouped in quartiles based on zonulin level.

    Journal: Scientific Reports

    Article Title: Bacterial DNAemia is associated with serum zonulin levels in older subjects

    doi: 10.1038/s41598-021-90476-0

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Linear regression and correlation analysis carried out between blood bacterial load and serum zonulin levels. Correlation has been assessed through Pearson’s ( r coefficient), Spearman’s (ρ), and Kendall’s (τ) analyses. Analyses were performed on the first (n = 43, panels A , B,C ) and the second (n = 42, panel D , E,F ) set of blood samples collected from older people. The second set of blood samples was collected approximately four months after the first draw from the same older volunteers. Panels A and D, tables showing correlation and regression indexes and p values. Panels B and E, linear regression plot; vertical dotted lines indicate the quartiles. Panels C and F, Tukey box plots showing levels of bacterial DNAema in blood samples grouped in quartiles based on zonulin level.

    Article Snippet: Serum zonulin levels were quantified using IDK® Zonulin ELISA Kit (Immundiagnostik AG, Germany).

    Techniques:

    Zonulin family peptide content in extracts of various human tissues. All ZFP concentrations were corrected for the amount of total protein. Error bars represent SDs of three technical replicates in the experiments. Blank, negative control processed using the same protocol with other tissue samples. IHTGs, intrahepatic triglycerides.

    Journal: Frontiers in Microbiology

    Article Title: In vitro Effects of Bacterial Exposure on Secretion of Zonulin Family Peptides and Their Detection in Human Tissue Samples

    doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2022.848128

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Zonulin family peptide content in extracts of various human tissues. All ZFP concentrations were corrected for the amount of total protein. Error bars represent SDs of three technical replicates in the experiments. Blank, negative control processed using the same protocol with other tissue samples. IHTGs, intrahepatic triglycerides.

    Article Snippet: Zonulin family peptides in cell culture media and serum samples were quantified by IDK® Zonulin (Serum) ELISA (K5601, Immundiagnostik AG, Bensheim, Germany) according to manufacturer’s instructions.

    Techniques: Negative Control

    Concentrations of zonulin family peptides (ZFPs) in HT-29 cell media after exposure to various bacterial strains after 16 h. Error bars represent SDs of three technical replicates in the experiments. The dash line indicates limit of quantification (LoD) of the ELISA kit. Statistical significance compared to untreated controls is designated with asterisks ( * p

    Journal: Frontiers in Microbiology

    Article Title: In vitro Effects of Bacterial Exposure on Secretion of Zonulin Family Peptides and Their Detection in Human Tissue Samples

    doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2022.848128

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Concentrations of zonulin family peptides (ZFPs) in HT-29 cell media after exposure to various bacterial strains after 16 h. Error bars represent SDs of three technical replicates in the experiments. The dash line indicates limit of quantification (LoD) of the ELISA kit. Statistical significance compared to untreated controls is designated with asterisks ( * p

    Article Snippet: Zonulin family peptides in cell culture media and serum samples were quantified by IDK® Zonulin (Serum) ELISA (K5601, Immundiagnostik AG, Bensheim, Germany) according to manufacturer’s instructions.

    Techniques: Enzyme-linked Immunosorbent Assay

    A biomarker of intestinal barrier function. (a) Concentration of serum zonulin family peptides (ZFP) in patients with anorexia nervosa (AN) and healthy controls (HC). (b) Correlation of serum ZFP with body mass index (BMI) in patients with AN and HC, presented with the linear regression and 95% confidence intervals

    Journal: The International Journal of Eating Disorders

    Article Title: Intestinal barrier integrity in anorexia nervosa (a pilot study)). Intestinal barrier integrity in anorexia nervosa (a pilot study)

    doi: 10.1002/eat.23678

    Figure Lengend Snippet: A biomarker of intestinal barrier function. (a) Concentration of serum zonulin family peptides (ZFP) in patients with anorexia nervosa (AN) and healthy controls (HC). (b) Correlation of serum ZFP with body mass index (BMI) in patients with AN and HC, presented with the linear regression and 95% confidence intervals

    Article Snippet: 2.3 Analysis of serum intestinal barrier integrity markersSerum concentrations of the intestinal barrier integrity markers ZFP, LBP, and i‐FABP were analyzed in duplicate using the following commercially available ELISA kits: IDK® Zonulin (Ref# K5601; Immundiagnostik, Bensheim, Germany), Human LBP (Cat# EKH3120, Nordic BioSite, Taby, Sweden), and Human (intestinal) FABP2 (Cat# EHFABP2, Invitrogen, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Waltham, MA).

    Techniques: Biomarker Assay, Concentration Assay