Magic™ Anti-MPO monoclonal antibody (DCAB-TJ225)


Host Species
Antibody Isotype
Species Reactivity
Purified Human MPO


Application Notes
We recommend the following for sandwich ELISA (Capture - Detection):
*Suggested working dilutions are given as a guide only. It is recommended that the user titrates the product for use in their own experiment using appropriate negative and positive controls.


Alternative Names
MPO; myeloperoxidase; EC; Myeloperoxidase
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Product Background

C-MYB transcription factor network, organism-specific biosystem; Folate Metabolism, organism-specific biosystem; IL23-mediated signaling events, organism-specific biosystem; Phagosome, organism-specific biosystem; Phagosome, conserved biosystem; Selenium


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Induction of immunological, hormonal and histological alterations after sublethal exposure of chlorpyrifos in the freshwater fish, Pseudetroplus maculatus (Bloch, 1795)


Authors: Raibeemol, K. P.; Chitra, K. C.

The present study investigated the induction of immunological, hormonal and histological changes in the freshwater fish, Pseudetroplus maculatus after sublethal exposure of chlorpyrifos. Fish were exposed to chlorpyrifos at one-tenth (0.661 mu g/L) and one-fifth (1.32 mu g/L) of LC50 value, for 15 and 30 d, along with the respective control group. Innate and adaptive immune responses of the fish against the toxicant exposure were measured using lysozyme, complement (ACH(50)) levels, phagocytic, nitroblue tetrazolium (NBT), myeloperoxidase (MPO), anti-protease and hemagglutination activities, and IgM concentration. The results revealed that sublethal exposure of chlorpyrifos caused significant (p < 0.05) reduction in lysozyme, ACH(50), phagocytic, and anti-protease activities whereas there was significant (p < 0.05) increase in NBT, MPO and hemagglutination levels along with serum IgM concentration. Chlorpyrifos treatment showed significant (p < 0.05) decline in the serum levels of cortisol, thyroid, testosterone and estradiol hormones in duration- and concentration-dependent manner. The major histological lesions noted in liver includes necrosis, vacuolization, hepatocytic and cytoplasmic degeneration, while kidneys showed vacoules, necrosis and rupture in renal tubules and glomerulus, whereas spleen were found with melanomacrophage aggregation and necrosis. Similarly, testis showed remarkable changes like reduction in the number of spermatozoa and disintegrated seminiferous tubules while ovarian lesions include degenerated and empty follicles, few atretic oocytes, reduced size of follicles, and broken theca granulosa. The current findings revealed that the use of chlorpyrifos in domestic and agricultural purposes even at sublethal concentration could affect the non-target organisms including fish, and thereby alter the health status of aquatic ecosystems.

Hearing Aid Treatment for Patients with Mixed Hearing Loss. Part II: Speech Recognition in Comparison to Direct Acoustic Cochlear Stimulation


Authors: Wardenga, Nina; Snik, Ad F. M.; Kludt, Eugen; Waldmann, Bernd; Lenarz, Thomas; Maier, Hannes

Background: The conventional therapy for severe mixed hearing loss is middle ear surgery combined with a power hearing aid. However, a substantial group of patients with severe mixed hearing loss cannot be treated adequately with today's state-of-the-art (SOTA) power hearing aids, as predicted by the accompanying part I of this publication, where we compared the available maximum power output (MPO) and gain from technical specifications to requirements for optimum benefit using a common fitting rule. Here, we intended to validate the theoretical assumptions from part I experimentally in a mixed hearing loss cohort fitted with SOTA power hearing aids. Additionally, we compared the results with an implantable hearing device that circumvents the impaired middle ear, directly stimulating the cochlea, as this might be a better option. Objectives: Speech recognition outcomes obtained from patients with severe mixed hearing loss supplied acutely with a SOTA hearing aid were studied to validate the outcome predictions as described in part I. Further, the results obtained with hearing aids were compared to those in direct acoustic cochlear implant (DACI) users. Materials and Methods: Twenty patients (37 ears with mixed hearing loss) were provided and fitted with a SOTA power hearing aid. Before and after an acclimatization period of at least 4 weeks, word recognition scores (WRS) in quiet and in noise were studied, as well as the speech reception threshold in noise (SRT). The outcomes were compared retrospectively to a second group of 45 patients (47 ears) using the DACI device. Based on the severity of the mixed hearing loss and the available gain and MPO of the SOTA hearing aid, the hearing aid and DACI users were subdivided into groups with prediction of sufficient, partially insufficient, or very insufficient hearing aid performance. Results: The patients with predicted adequate SOTA hearing aid performance indeed showed the best WRS in quiet and in noise when compared to patients with predicted inferior outcomes. Insufficient hearing aid performance at one or more frequencies led to a gradual decrease in hearing aid benefit, validating the criteria used here and in the accompanying paper. All DACI patients showed outcomes at the same level as the adequate hearing aid performance group, being significantly better than those of the groups with inadequate hearing aid performance. Whereas WRS in quiet and noise were sensitive to insufficient gain or output, showing significant differences between the SOTA hearing aid and DACI groups, the SRT in noise was less sensitive. Conclusions: Limitations of outcomes in mixed hearing loss individuals due to insufficient hearing aid performance can be accurately predicted by applying a commonly used fitting rule and the 35-dB dynamic range rule on the hearing aid specifications. Evidently, when outcomes in patients with mixed hearing loss using the most powerful hearing aids are insufficient, bypassing the middle ear with a powerful active middle ear implant or direct acoustic implant can be a promising alternative treatment.

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