AbsoluteIDQ® Stero17 Kit

Steroid hormones from mouse to man

Steroid hormones are best known to regulate cell growth and proliferation. They are involved in regulating glucose and mineral levels. Steroid hormones are primarily produced in the adrenal glands and gonads from cholesterol.
The AbsoluteIDQ® Stero17 kit provides a ready-to-use, standardized solution for the quantitation of 17 steroid hormones from all five major classes.

Ready-to-use

  • All in one box: no method or reagent development required
  • Implemented within one day
  • For multiple (U)HPLC-MS platforms

High throughput

  • Only 7 minutes per sample
  • Up to 500 samples per week and instrument

Best fit to physiological range

  • Reflection of actual steroid hormone status
  • Designed to cover physiological range for the widest range of conditions

Simple, guided, automated workflow

  • Workflow manager guided procedure for enhanced process safety
  • Automated quantification and technical validation

Superior data quality

Comprehensive coverage

  • Quantification of 17 steroid hormones
  • All five steroid hormone classes covered

Kit components

Reagents & consumables

  • 96-well SPE plate
  • Internal & calibration standards
  • Quality controls
  • Testmix

Methods & protocols

  • Sample preparation protocol
  • Instrument-specific acquisition & quantification methods
  • System suitability test

Workflow manager MetIDQ

  • Process guidance
  • Automated technical validation
  • Basic statistics (optional)

Covered steroid hormones

  • 7 androgens: male sex hormones (androstenedione, androsterone, DHEA, DHEA-S, DHT, etiocholanolone, testosterone)
  • 2 estrogens: female sex hormones (estradiol, estrone)
  • 2 progestogens: sex hormones (17α-OHP, progesterone)

  • 3 glucocorticoids: regulation of glucose metabolism (cortisol, cortisone, 11-deoxycortisol)
  • 3 mineralocorticoids: regulation of electrolyte and water balances (aldosterone, corticosterone, 11-deoxycorticosterone)

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
For USA and Canada: License pending