Ferritin Quantitative Test

Detection Kit for Monkeypox Virus ( Real-time PCR )

Detection Kit for Monkeypox Virus ( Real-time PCR ) is designed for the qualitative detection of Monkeypox Virus (MPV) DNA extracted from skin, fluid, or crusts collected directly from skin lesions. It's based on real-time PCR technology, the primers and probes target specific sequences of MPV, and do not react with nucleic acids of other pathogens.

Product Detail

Principle

The assay is based on Real-time PCR for qualitative detection of MPV. Fluorogenic probe hydrolysis chemistry is used to generate fluorescent signal when a specifific DNA sequence of MPV is amplified.


Product Specification

Product Name

Detection Kit for Monkeypox Virus ( Real-time PCR )

Specimen Types

Skin/Fluid/Crusts

Storage Condition

2-30°C

Shelf Life

12 Months

Package

48T


Product Features

✔Easy and simple

✔Accurate & high specificity

✔Sensitivity: 250 copies/mL

✔Available for multiple PCR analyzers


Performance

Accuracy: The positive coincidence rate is 100.0%; the negative coincidence rate is 100.0%.

Limit of detection: The tentative LOD was estimated as 20 copies/rxn.

Precision: The CV value of 10 replicates at all positive control was no higher than 5%.


Leave A Message

Please provide us with the information below, and we'll contact you as soon as possible.

Related Products
Biotime AMH Rapid Quantitative Test
AMH Rapid Quantitative Test
Anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH), also known as Mullerian-inhibiting hormone (MIH), is a glycoprotein hormone structurally related to inhibin and activin from the transforming growth factor beta superfamily, whose key roles are in growth differentiation and folliculogenesis.
biotime fPSA Rapid Quantitative Test
fPSA Rapid Quantitative Test
PSA, a protein produced by prostate gland cells, circulates through the body in two ways: either bound to other proteins or on its own. PSA traveling alone is called free PSA. The free-PSA test measures the percentage of unbound PSA.
Biotime Myo Rapid Quantitative Test
Myo Rapid Quantitative Test
Myo is the earliest marker after AMI, and it is a sensitive and accurate indicator to judge whether there is reperfusion in thrombolytic therapy. Biotime Myo test kit is mainly used to detect Myo quantity in human serum and plasma samples.
Biotime HLC-100 Fully Automated HbA1c Analyzer
HLC-100 Fully Automated HbA1c Analyzer
Biotime’s HLC-100 Fully Automated HbA1c Analyzer provides a prompt, reliable solution for diabetes diagnosis. It utilizes the high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) analytical technique, a gold standard that helps detect glycosylated hemoglobin (HbA1c) with superior precision. Its capability to measure HbA1c, HbF, and other hemoglobin fragments enables clinicians to make quick, accurate diagnoses, thus facilitating timely treatment for the patient.
Biotime FLI-4000 FIA Immunoassay Analyzer
FLI-4000 FIA Immunoassay Analyzer
FLI-4000 is an automatic immunoassay analyzer that measures the concentration of targeted analyte in human blood and urine. FLI-4000 is designed for processing / analyzing large volumes of samples and can carry up to 40 tests per hour (depending on the type of item).
Biotime BIOT-YG-II FIA Immunoassay Analyzer
BIOT-YG-II FIA Immunoassay Analyzer
BIOT-YG-II is a fluorescence immunoassay system with multi channels that measures the quantitative concentration of a targeted analyte in human blood and urine. It allows to carry out tests for 14 samples continuously.
Biotime FLI-600 FIA Immunoassay Analyzer
FLI-600 FIA Immunoassay Analyzer
FLI-600 is a fluorescent immunoassay system with 6 channels that uses blood and urine to measure the quantitative concentration of targeted analyte. Its automated test process enables to carry out multiple simultaneous tests for six different samples.
biotime NGAL Rapid Quantitative Test
NGAL Rapid Quantitative Test
NGAL (neutrophil gelatinase-associated lipocalin, lipocalin-2, sidero- calin) is a novel biomarker for diagnosing acute kidney injury (AKI). Under normal conditions NGAL levels are low in urine and plasma Still, they rise sharply from basal levels in response to kidney injury to reach diagnostic levels within a very short time - as much as 24 hours or more before any significant rise in serum creatinine.
Leave A Message

Leave A Message

    Please provide us with the information below, and we'll contact you as soon as possible.

Home

products

about

contact