Набори реагентів для ПЛР
Менінгіт, енцефаліт та абсцес мозку - важливі форми інфекцій ЦНС, які можуть бути спричинені такими патогенами, як бактерії, віруси та грибки. Своєчасна діагностика та лікування цих інфекцій має важливе значення для виживання пацієнтів.
RevoDx Sepsis Pathogen Detection Kit is a real-time PCR test intended for the qualitative detection and identification of nucleic acids from the specific pathogens of bloodstream infection. RevoDx Sepsis Pathogen Detection Kit is performed directly on whole blood samples or on blood culture samples detected as positive.
STIs are a major cause of infertility and ectopic pregnancy, as well as long-term disability. They increase the risk of developing genital cancers, and are a severe medical, social, and economic burden to thousands of adults and babies worldwide.
Screening and testing for other STIs is important because they can cause complications, such as infertility or even death, if not treated. Strategies to increase screening and testing can assess people’s risk of getting an STI and help people with STIs get treatment in a timely fashion, improving their health and making it less likely that other people will be exposed. Getting treated for an STI other than HIV can help prevent complications from the condition but doesn’t prevent HIV from spreading.
- Ready-to-use kit either in tube format or 8-Well Strips format
- Human RNase P as an internal control
- CE-IVD marked
- Assay duration: 55 mins
- Diagnostic specificity is ≥ 99 %
A kit for the detection of sexually transmitted pathogens (STIs) by polymerase chain reaction (PCR).
A kit for the qualitative detection and identification of nucleic acids from 14 high-risk human papillomavirus (HPV) DNA by real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR).
Features: Multiple targets (14 targets in 5 tubes) Ready-to-use human RNase P kit as internal control CE-IVD labeling Assay duration: 60 minutes Limit of detection (LoD) is 42 IU/mL
A kit for the qualitative detection of nucleic acids in 24 high-risk and 2 low-risk human papillomavirus (HPV) DNAs in one tube by real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR).