The appearance of creatinine-picrate (orange dye based on Jaffe's reaction) is measured at 520nm by spectrophotometry.
One unit causes the formation of one micromole of orange dye per minute under the conditions described below.
1. Pipette 1.0ml of the substrate solution (A) into a test tube and equilibrate at 37℃ for about 5 minutes.
2. Add 0.1ml of the enzyme solution* and mix.
3. After exactly 10 minutes at 37℃, immediately transfer an aliquot (0.1ml)(1/11 volume) of the reaction solution to
2.0ml of NaOH solution (B).
4. Add 1.0ml of picric acid solution (C) and incubate at 25℃ for 20 minutes.
5. Measure the optical density at 520nm against water (OD test).
At the same time, prepare the blank by transferring an aliquot (0.1ml) of the reaction solution into NaOH solution (2.0ml) just after the addition of the enzyme solution into ice-cold substrate solution, and carry out the same procedure as the test (procedure 4 and 5)(OD blank).
* Dissolve the enzyme preparation in ice-cold 50mM phosphate buffer, pH 7.5 and dilute to 1.8-2.4U/ml with the same buffer, immediately before assay.
Activity can be calculated by using the following formula：
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