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T3 (192 Tests)

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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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ESCHERICHIA COLI (EIEC) DNA Ctrl
ESCHERICHIA COLI (EIEC) DNA Ctrl
  • Enteroinvasive Escherichia coli (EIEC) infection causes a syndrome that is identical to Shigellosis, with profuse diarrhea and high fever. EIEC are highly invasive, and they utilize adhesin proteins to bind to and enter intestinal cells. They produce no toxins, but severely damage the intestinal wall through mechanical cell destruction. It is closely related to Shigella.
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Parvovirus (B19) IgM (Capture)
Parvovirus (B19) IgM (Capture)
  • The parvoviruses are small spherical virus with a genome of single chain DNA without lipid envelope. Parvovirus B19 only infects and is transmitted between humans. Approximately 50% of the adult population has been infected sometime during childhood or adolescence. It usually causes a mild illness that resolves without medical treatment in the immunocompetent adults and children. The disease usually appears in children as erythema. Arthritis without rash is a common manifestation of the B19 infection in adults. In immunosuppressed patients, infection can persist, causing severe acute anemia. The most important complication appears in women during pregnancy. Approximately 50% of women are immune to parvovirus B19 and they and their babies are protected against infection. Despite that most of women who suffer a B19 infection during pregnancy, have a healthy baby to term, parvovirus B19 can cross the placenta, infect the fetus and cause hydrops and fetal death. This happens in less than 5% of pregnant women infected with parvovirus B19 and happens more commonly during the first half of pregnancy. The infection is contagious during the early phase of disease before the rash appears. The virus is probably transmitted person to person by direct contact with respiratory secretions of infected persons. Because parvovirus B19 is unable to replicate in culture, serological tests with PCR techniques are used for the B19 diagnosis. During the acute illness, parvovirus B19 is found mainly in blood, with a severe decrease in the level of viremia that coincides with the start of production of specific antibodies against B19. For this reason, the diagnosis of parvovirus B19 infection in immunocompetent patients is carried out mainly by antiviral antibody ELISA and IFI. However, PCR methods are particularly useful in patients who don't have adequate antibody immune response, immunocompromised individuals and fetuses. Specific IgM antibodies against parvovirus B19 is detectable in serum within 7 to 10 days after infection, and if present, indicate a recent or acute infection. Characteristically, the specific IgM against parvovirus B19 can be measured for 2 to 3 months after the start infection before they drop to undetectable levels. The production of specific IgG antibodies against parvovirus B19 happens between 10 and 12 days after infection, almost as soon as they become detectable specific IgM. Circulating specifics IgG antibodies to parvovirus B19 may persist for years in most individuals, and, if they are present, it's believed that to provide protective immunity.
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ASMA
ASMA
  • ASMA IFA is used for the qualitative and semi-quantitative determination of anti-smooth muscle antibodies (ASMA) in human serum on tissue sections of rat stomach for the diagnosis of autoimmune diseases.
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Adenovirus Antigen Quick
Adenovirus Antigen Quick
  • Adenovirus Antigen Quick is used for the qualitative .determination of Adenovirus antigen in fecal specimens
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LEISHMANIA CHAGASI DNA Ctrl
LEISHMANIA CHAGASI DNA Ctrl
  • Leishmania are flagellated protozoa that present two phases in its life cycle: amastigote (found within the reticuloendothelial cells of mammalian hosts) and promastigote (the multiplying form in the vector). It is transmitted through the bites of infected female phlebotomines. The infection can be limited to the macrophages around the bite (oriental sore) or spread affecting the spleen, liver and bone marrow (kala-azar).
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Rubella IgG
Rubella IgG
  • Rubella is an exanthematous viral disease of children and young adults. It is a self-limited and benign disease characterized by fever, mild upper respiratory symptoms, erythematous rash and suboccipital lymphodenopathy. Rubella can be a very serious disease early in pregnancy leading miscarriages or birth defects up to 85% of cases. Reinfection occurs more frecuently in vaccinated that in naturally immune individuals. The majority of these reinfections occur without symptoms. Rubella reinfections during pregnancy rarely results in transmission of the virus to the unborn child. Antibodies appear at the begining of the disease and initially both IgG and IgM can be detected. IgG antibodies usually persist throughout life. IgM antibodies do not persist beyond 8 weeks. The RUBELLA ELISA IgG has been standardised against the WHO first international standard for anti-rubella immunoglobulin with a cut off control set at 10 U.I./ml
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(Anti-Streptolysin-O (ASO
(Anti-Streptolysin-O (ASO
  • Antistreptolysin O Latex is used for the qualitative and semiquantitative determination of anti-streptolysin O (ASO) in human serum.
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ROTAVIRUS RNA Ctrl
ROTAVIRUS RNA Ctrl
  • Rotavirus is an icosahedral, double stranded RNA virus of 80 nm in diameter. Mature virions are non-enveloped doubleshelled viruses wheel-like appearance when viewed by electron microscopy. In temperate climate countries, the disease has a winter seasonal pattern. The primary mode of transmission is via faecal-oral route. Rotavirus is the most common cause of severe diarrhoea among children. Adults can also be infected, though disease tends to be milder. The incubation period for rotavirus disease is approximately 2 days. The disease is characterized by vomiting and watery diarrhea for 3 to 8 days, and fever and abdominal pain occur frequently. Immunity after infection is incomplete, but repeat infections tend to be less severe than the original infection.
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TOXOPLASMA GONDII DNA Ctrl
TOXOPLASMA GONDII DNA Ctrl
  • Toxoplasma gondii is a protozoan that presents three stages in its developmental life cycle: oocyst, tachyzoite and bradyzoite. While only members of the family Felidae can be definitive hosts of the parasite, a great variety of animals can harbour the tissue cysts. Although consuming contaminated food is the most common way of becoming infected, transplacental infection may occur. The disease is normally benign, but central nervous system disease may appear in immunocompromised patients and the newborn.
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Endomysial (EMA) IgG
Endomysial (EMA) IgG
  • CeliAK EmA human IgG is used for the quantitative determination of IgG autoantibodies to human endomysial autoantigens (EmA).
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ESCHERICHIA COLI (VTEC) DNA Ctrl
ESCHERICHIA COLI (VTEC) DNA Ctrl
  • Escherichia coli is a Gram-negative, facultative anaerobic, nonspore forming, rod-shaped bacterium in the family Enterobacteriaceae. They are normal inhabitants of the gastrointestinal tract of animals and humans of which only some strains cause diarrhoea and a range of extra-intestinal diseases. Some diarrhoegenic strains produce toxins that have a cytopathic effect on Vero cells and are called verocytotoxigenic E. coli (VTEC); they are also described as Shiga toxin-producing E. coli. A subset of VTEC, designated enterohaemorrhagic E. coli is characterized for their capacity to cause haemorrhagic colitis and haemolytic uraemic syndrome in humans. Two main types of verotoxins (VT1 and VT2) have been identified, together with several variants of the VT2 type.
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(Helicobater Pylori Antigen (Hp AGT
(Helicobater Pylori Antigen (Hp AGT
  • .Helicobacter pylori Antigen is used for the detection of Helicobacter pylori antigen in fecal specimen