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T3

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Immunoenzymatic colorimetric method for quantitative determination of Triiodothyronine (T3) concentration in human serum and plasma. T3 ELISA kit is intended for laboratory use only.

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Anti Thyroid Peroxidase (Anti TPO)
Anti Thyroid Peroxidase (Anti TPO)
  • Immunoenzymatic colorimetric method for quantitative determination of Anti-TPO concentration in human serum or plasma. Anti TPO ELISA kit is intended for laboratory use only.
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p-aNCA Plus
p-aNCA Plus
  • pANCA IFA is used for the sensitive qualitative and semiquantitative determination of IgG antibodies to neutrophil cytoplasmatic antigens (ANCA) in human serum using indirect immunoflorescence assay on formalin fixed human granulocytes for the differential diagnosis of systemic vasculitis (SV). The assay is used for the confirmation of pANCA positive results found on ethanol fixed granulocytes.
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MYCOBACTERIUM ULCERANS DNA Ctrl
MYCOBACTERIUM ULCERANS DNA Ctrl
  • Mycobacterium ulcerans is an strictly aerobic, nonchromogenic, acid fast bacillary bacterium that grows slowly at 29-33ºC. It is the causal agent of Buruli´s ulcer: infection leads to extensive destruction of skin and soft tissue with the formation of large ulcers usually on the legs or arms. M. ulcerans is an environmental mycobacterium; Buruli ulcer frequently occurs near water bodies.
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NEISSERIA MENINGITIDIS SEROGROUP B DNA Ctrl
NEISSERIA MENINGITIDIS SEROGROUP B DNA Ctrl
  • Neisseria meningitidis or meningococcus is a Gram-negative, oxidase-positive, aerobic, coccal bacterium that appears microscopically under diplococcal arrangement. Strains are serogrouped on the basis of their capsular polysaccharides. The meningococcus usually inhabits the human nasopharynx without causing detectable disease. It may cause meningococcal meningitis.
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BARTONELLA HENSELAE DNA Ctrl
BARTONELLA HENSELAE DNA Ctrl
  • Bartonella are fastidious, aerobic, short, Gram-negative, coccobacillary or bacillary bacteria, that are highly haemin dependent in their nutritional requirements. Cats are the main reservoirs of B. henselae, the causal agent of cat scratch disease.
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ADENOVIRUS IFA IgG
ADENOVIRUS IFA IgG
  • Adenovirus is an important respiratory tract agent that can produce pneumonia and bronchiolitis in small children. Adenovirus infections can be diagnosed in the laboratory by three classical methods: direct antigen detection on clinical specimens; culture techniques to isolate and identify the virus and serological tests to measure rises in antibodies. Immunoglobulin G (IgG) is the predominant antibody class measured but sometimes the IgM detection is the only way to reach a diagnosis. The most widely accepted tests are complement fixation (CF) and ELISA. The IFA test is being increasingly used to detect IgG and IgM. Sometimes, there is no serological response, but the IgM detection is often the only way to reach a diagnosis.
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PARAINFLUENZA 4 RNA Ctrl
PARAINFLUENZA 4 RNA Ctrl
  • Human parainfluenza viruses are enveloped, helical, single stranded RNA (-) viruses with diameters of 150 to 250 nm. They are associated with upper respiratory infection.
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BACILLUS CEREUS DNA Ctrl
BACILLUS CEREUS DNA Ctrl
  • Bacillus cereus is a Gram-positive, facultative anaerobic, endospore-forming, rod-shaped bacterium. Widely distributed in soils of all kinds, it causes opportunistic infections and two types of food poisoning: a diarrhoeal syndrome and an emetic syndrome.
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Influenza A IgM
Influenza A IgM
  • Characteristic symptoms of influenza in adults are: high fever, headache, photophobia, sore throat, cough, malaise and myalgia. Fever usually lasts for three days, while cough persists for longer. Sometimes, it causes croup in children. Elderly patients suffering from chronic bronchopathy often present tracheobronchitis and bronchiolitis. Syndroms of bacterial pneumonia secundary to a viral infection are very frequent, specially in elderly people with a pre-existing pathology. Diffuse haemorrhagic viral pneumonia may develop in patients with a cardiovascular disease. Myositis and myoglobinuria have been described associated to influenza. Infants can present severe respiratory infection together with convulsions and encephalitis. Uncommon complications are: otitis media, myocarditis, toxic shock syndrome and Reye syndrome associated to aspirine ingestion. Infections by influenza virus is also associated with kidney or bone marrow transplanted patients. Isolated cases out of the epidemic season are difficult to diagnose clinically. It is also difficult to reach a clinical diagnosis during epidemics, since it can be confused with other respiratory diseases. Hence, the laboratory diagnosis is highly useful, particulary in high risk patients. Complement fixation, ELISA and IFA are the most useful technics to diagnosis the disease.
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ENTEROVIRUS 71 RNA Ctrl
ENTEROVIRUS 71 RNA Ctrl
  • Enterovirus 71 is a nonenveloped, icosahedral, single stranded RNA (+) virus of small size (30 nm). Enterovirus 71 infection may be asymptomatic or may cause diarrhoea, rashes and hand, foot and mouth disease. It is often associated to severe neurological disease.
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Helicobacter Pylori IgA
Helicobacter Pylori IgA
  • Helicobacter pylori has a worldwide distribution and a high prevalence. The infection with H. pylori is well established as a major cause of gastric and duodenal ulcers. The persistent infection with H. pylori is a risk factor for the development of gastric carcinoma and lymphoma. The infection produces elevated levels of specific H. pylori IgG and IgA antibodies in serum. IgM specific levels has not proven useful in the clinical laboratory. ELISA tests for the detection of H. pylori antibodies are sensitive, specific and cost effective in untreated patiens. The detection of H. pylori specific IgA alone is less sensitive than the detection of specific IgG antibodies. In untreated persons specific IgG and IgA remain elevated for years and successful eradication decreases the IgG and IgA levels, although in some individuals specific antibodies can persist during a long time. Because the infection with H. pylori is so prevalent the test should be performed only on individuals with symptoms. The prevalence of H. pylori antibodies increases with the age. A positive result only indicates that the patient has antibodies to H. pylori and if the individual has not been treated, a positive result very likely indicates an active infection with H. pylori. A definitive diagnosis should be given only when the clinical signs and symptoms of the patient are compatible.
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TSH Receptor
TSH Receptor
  • The TSH receptor autoantibody (TRAb) ELISA kit is intended for use by professional persons only for the quantitative determination of hyrotropin receptor autoantibodies in human serum