Pancreatic Elastase Chemiluminescence ELISA


The ALPCO Pancreatic Elastase (PE) Chemiluminescence ELISA is a chemiluminescent immunoassay for the quantitative determination of pancreatic elastase in human stool. Pancreatic elastase (PE or PE-1) refers to a family of chymotrypsin-like elastases (CELAs), digestive proteases produced by acinar cells in the pancreas. PE is highly stable in the intestinal tract and the concentration of pancreatic elastase in stool correlates well with overall pancreatic enzyme output. Both the CELA3A and CELA3A isoforms of PE can be detected in stool and are detected by the Pancreatic Elastase Chemiluminescence ELISA from ALPCO. FDA Registered. For In Vitro Diagnostic Use.

Key features:

  • User-friendly workflow featuring ready-to-use standards and controls
  • Broad analytical measuring range
  • Standardized to AAA-tested, stool-derived PE
  • Bulk pricing available upon request
Regulatory Status
FDA Registered. For In Vitro Diagnostic Use.
Product Distribution
Available in North America Only
50 - 3,200 µg/g
36 ug/g
96 Tests
Sample Types
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The Pancreatic Elastase Chemiluminescence ELISA is compatible with ALPCO's universal stool extraction device for processing of most stool samples without manual weighing. The universal extraction buffer enables labs to test several stool-based biomarkers from a single sample extraction, maximizing productivity.

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