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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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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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Free βHCG
Free βHCG
  • Diametra Free B-HCG kit is an immunoenzymatic colorimetric method for quantitative determination of Free B-HCG (Free b-subunit Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) concentration in human serum. Diametra Free B-HCG kit is intended for laboratory use only.
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Influenza B IgM
Influenza B 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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LEISHMANIA INFANTUM DNA Ctrl
LEISHMANIA INFANTUM 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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Toxo IgG
Toxo IgG
  • Toxoplasma gondii is an obligate intracellular protozoan parasite that is distributed worldwide. Human can acquire the infection by accidental ingestion of oocysts from cat feces, by ingestion of infected meat, in utero or by transfusion or transmission by organ transplant. Most infections are bening although severe symptoms appear in immunosupressed patients or congenital infections. Women infected during the first trimester can have spontaneous abortion and hydrocephalus. Disease acquired later in pregnancy causes less severe illness. IgM antibodies appear 5 days after infection and fall to low levels within weeks or months in the majority of patients. IgG antibodies appear weeks after infection and persist for the rest of the life. The TOXOPLASMA ELISA IgG has been standardised against the WHO third international standard for anti-Toxoplasma serum with a cut off control set at 10 I.U./ml.
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Autoimmune Hepatitis(Anti-SLA/LP)
Autoimmune Hepatitis(Anti-SLA/LP)
  • Anti-SLA/LP is used for the quantitative determination of IgG antibodies to soluble liver antigen (SLA/LP) in human serum or plasma for the diagnosis of autoimmune hepatitis (AIH).
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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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Helicobacter Pylori IgG
Helicobacter Pylori IgG
  • 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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NEISSERIA MENINGITIDIS SEROGROUP A DNA Ctrl
NEISSERIA MENINGITIDIS SEROGROUP A 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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UREAPLASMA UREALYTICUM DNA Ctrl
UREAPLASMA UREALYTICUM DNA Ctrl
  • Ureaplasma urealyticum belongs to the class Mollicutes, that comprises fastidious small bacteria (in dimensions as well as in genome size) lacking a cell wall. Ureaplasma are facultative anaerobes that grow as colonies of extremely small size. They are common bacteria of the urogenital tract. U. urealyticum has been associated with non-gonococcal urethritis.
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Total IgE
Total IgE
  • Immunoenzymatic colorimetric method for quantitative determination of IgE concentration in human serum or plasma. IgE Total ELISA kit is intended for laboratory use only.
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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.