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Biopsy Acetylcholinesterase AChE Stain Test

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The Biopsy Acetylcholinesterase (AChE) Stain Test is a specialized diagnostic procedure designed to detect the presence and distribution of acetylcholinesterase enzyme in tissue samples, often used in the evaluation of certain gastrointestinal and neurological conditions. This test is particularly significant in the diagnosis of Hirschsprung’s disease, a condition characterized by the absence of nerve cells (ganglia) in a portion of the bowel, leading to severe constipation or intestinal obstruction. The AChE stain test can highlight the abnormal presence or overexpression of acetylcholinesterase in nerve fibers, providing crucial insights for accurate diagnosis.

At DNA Labs UAE, the Biopsy Acetylcholinesterase AChE Stain Test is offered at a cost of 700 AED. The lab employs state-of-the-art technology and follows stringent protocols to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the test results. With a team of highly qualified professionals, DNA Labs UAE ensures that each biopsy sample is meticulously processed and analyzed, providing essential diagnostic information that aids in the appropriate management and treatment of patients.

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BIOPSY ACETYLCHOLINESTERAS E AChE STAIN Test

Test Name: BIOPSY ACETYLCHOLINESTERAS E AChE STAIN Test

Components: Fresh Tissue In Normal Saline

Price: 700.0 AED

Sample Condition: Tissue

Report Delivery: 5 days

Method: Enzyme Histochemistry

Test type: Genetics

Doctor: Gynecologist

Test Department:

Pre Test Information: BIOPSY ACETYLCHOLINESTERAS E (AChE STAIN) can be done with a Doctor’s prescription. Prescription is not applicable for surgery and pregnancy cases or people planning to travel abroad.

Test Details:

Acetylcholinesterase (AChE) stain is a histological staining technique used to visualize the distribution and activity of acetylcholinesterase enzymes in tissues. AChE is an enzyme that breaks down the neurotransmitter acetylcholine at the synaptic cleft, terminating its action and allowing for the repolarization of the postsynaptic membrane.

The AChE stain involves the use of a substrate called acetylthiocholine, which is hydrolyzed by AChE to produce thiocholine. Thiocholine then reacts with a sulfhydryl reagent, such as silver nitrate or Ellman’s reagent, to form a visible precipitate.

This staining technique is commonly used in neuropathology to study the cholinergic system, which is involved in various physiological processes, including memory, cognition, and muscle contraction. By visualizing the distribution of AChE activity, researchers can gain insights into the organization and function of cholinergic neurons in different tissues and organs.

In a biopsy, the AChE stain can be applied to sections of the tissue sample to identify the presence and distribution of AChE activity. This can be particularly useful in diagnosing and studying conditions related to cholinergic dysfunction, such as Alzheimer’s disease, myasthenia gravis, and certain types of tumors.

Overall, the AChE stain provides valuable information about the cholinergic system and its involvement in various physiological and pathological processes, aiding in the diagnosis and understanding of related conditions.

Test Name BIOPSY ACETYLCHOLINESTERAS E AChE STAIN Test
Components Fresh Tissue In Normal Saline
Price 700.0 AED
Sample Condition Tissue
Report Delivery 5 days
Method Enzyme Histochemistry
Test type Genetics
Doctor Gynecologist
Test Department:
Pre Test Information BIOPSY ACETYLCHOLINESTERAS E (AChE STAIN) can be done with a Doctors prescription. Prescription is not applicable for surgery and pregnancy cases or people planing to travel abroad.
Test Details

Acetylcholinesterase (AChE) stain is a histological staining technique used to visualize the distribution and activity of acetylcholinesterase enzymes in tissues. AChE is an enzyme that breaks down the neurotransmitter acetylcholine at the synaptic cleft, terminating its action and allowing for the repolarization of the postsynaptic membrane.

The AChE stain involves the use of a substrate called acetylthiocholine, which is hydrolyzed by AChE to produce thiocholine. Thiocholine then reacts with a sulfhydryl reagent, such as silver nitrate or Ellman’s reagent, to form a visible precipitate.

This staining technique is commonly used in neuropathology to study the cholinergic system, which is involved in various physiological processes, including memory, cognition, and muscle contraction. By visualizing the distribution of AChE activity, researchers can gain insights into the organization and function of cholinergic neurons in different tissues and organs.

In a biopsy, the AChE stain can be applied to sections of the tissue sample to identify the presence and distribution of AChE activity. This can be particularly useful in diagnosing and studying conditions related to cholinergic dysfunction, such as Alzheimer’s disease, myasthenia gravis, and certain types of tumors.

Overall, the AChE stain provides valuable information about the cholinergic system and its involvement in various physiological and pathological processes, aiding in the diagnosis and understanding of related conditions.