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Malaria Pf_Pv Ag Rapid Test Kit
Principle: Immunochromatographic assay
Kit Size: 25 Tests
Specimen: Whole Blood
CE Mark: Yes
Storage & Stability
Store at 2-30°C; Expiry period 24 months.
Features and advantages：
- 1. State-of-arts workmanships and severe lab testing processes; Product CE approved and quality system ISO13485 certified;
- 2. Easy assay procedure and rapid results reading; High sensitivity and specificity;
- 3. Full-aspects OEM service provided. Design according to customers unique requirements. Help improving customer’s brand value.
Malaria Pf/Pv Antigen Rapid Test is a lateral flow immunochromatographic assay for the qualitative simultaneous detection of Malaria P.falciparum specific histidine rich protein-2(Pf HRP-2) (for Pf) and the LDH (for Pv) in human whole blood as an aid in the diagnosis of Malaria infection. The test is recommended for professional use only. All results must be interpreted together with other clinical information available to the physicians.
25 X Test Devices, each test cassette is packed in a foil pouch with a dropper (5ul) and a package of desiccant.
25 X Disposable blood lancet
25 X Alcohol pad
1 X Assay Buffer
1 X Instructions for Use
Malaria Pf/Pv Ag
Result interpretation Time
The testing results should be read at 20 minutes after a specimen is applied to the sample well of the device.
Sensitivity and specificity: Comparative testing with the traditional Microscopic examination method shows that Malaria Pf/Pv Antigen Test is capable to detect out malaria infection when in blood specimen plasmodium protozoa of Plasmodium falciparum or plasmodium protozoa of P. vivax reaches 50pcs/ul.
Clinical study between Malaria Pf/v Antigen Test and Microscopic examination method demonstrates that Malaria Pf/Pv Antigen Test has a sensitivity of 98.10% and specificity of 99.39% for P.falciparum.
Clinical study between Malaria Pf/Pv Antigen Test and Microscopic examination method demonstrates that Malaria Pf/Pv Antigen Test has a nn2xssensitivity of 96.86%, and specificity of 99.76% for P. vivax.
Precision: within-run and between-run precisions have been determined by testing 10 replicates of three specimens: a negative, a low positive and a strong positive. The agreement between the test results and the expected results were 100%.
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|Dimensions||12.8 x 12 x 14.3 inches|
|Slide Capacity||72 slides / run|
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RETRO-TEK kits have been designed for the quantitative measurement of viral antigens from the retroviruses HIV-1, SIV and HTLV found in cell culture, serum, plasma or other biological fluids.
Specificity: In a simple ELISA, 4955-0308 only reacts with HSV-2 gC antigen. It does not react with gD or any other antigen preparations from HSV-1.
Product name: MOUSE ANTI HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS 2 gC
Catalog Num.: 4955-0308
Quantity: 0.2 mg
Target: HSV-2 gC
Purity: Ammonium sulfate precipitation
Reactivity: Herpes Simplex Virus
Datasheet: Monoclonal Mouse anti-HSV-2 gC antibody
Price: 350 €
The Cysticercosis Antigen (Ag) ELISA (Ref. 650501) is a sandwich Enzyme-Linked ImmunoSorbent Assay based on monoclonal antibodies for the qualitative determination of viable metacestodes (cysticerci) of Taenia spp. in human and porcine serum samples.
- Analytical sensitivity: 1 cyst is detectable in certain conditions
- Incubation times: assay 45 minutes + sample prep <30 minutes
- Available format: 96T
Taenia solium cysticercosis is an infection of humans and pigs with metacestode larvae (cysticercus) of Taenia solium. Circulating antigen detection in serum is an important diagnostic method that indicates the presence of viable parasites. The monoclonal antibodies used in this assay are produced against excretory secretory products (ESP) of viable T. saginata cysticerci. The glycoprotein antigens detected by these monoclonal antibodies are present on the tegument and in the excretory secretory products of metacestodes.
The assay demonstrates the presence of viable cysticerci only, it does not detect degenerated or calcified cysticerci. In this respect, unlike antibody detection, measurement of circulating antigen levels allows differentiation of cysticercosis cases with viable parasites, with antigen levels correlating to the numbers and size of lesions. It can as such also provide a tool for serological monitoring of antiparasitic therapy in human or pigs: antigen levels drop rapidly after successful anthelminthic treatment.
The assay is genus specific, not species specific. The assay does not allow the differentiation between infections of different Taenia species in pigs. In experimentally infected pigs, circulating antigens were first detected between 2 and 6 weeks post infection and remained present generally throughout an observation period of 6 months, even in pigs carrying only five to eight living cysts. The minimum number of living cysts, that could be detected using the Cysticercosis Ag ELISA, was one.
Because T. solium is the only Taenia sp. causing cysticercosis in man, the test is specific. No cross-reactions were observed with sera from patients with other parasitologically and/or serologically confirmed infections. The sensitivity of the assay decreases when the number of viable cysts is low; infections with one viable cyst are often not detectable. Antigen levels are generally higher in extraparenchymal neurocysticercosis (NCC) (particularly subarachnoid NCC) than in intraparenchymal NCC; therefore, high antigen levels should lead one to suspect the presence of extraparenchymal NCC.