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COVID-19 Coronavirus and Influenza A/B Virus Real Time PCR Kit

COVID-19 Coronavirus and Influenza A B Virus Real Time PCR Kit
COVID-19 Coronavirus and Influenza A/B Virus Real Time PCR Kit

Principle: Fluorescence real-time quantitative PCR

Automation: Yes

Approvals: CE-IVD

Suitability: Bioperfectus Technologies Influenza A And B Viruses Real Time PCR Kit is an in vitro diagnostic test, based on real-time PCR technology, for the detection of Influenza A and B Viruses RNA.

Capital equipment required: Real-time PCR thermal cycler: Applied Biosystems 7500, QuantStudio™ 5, Roche LightCycler®480, Bio-Rad CFX96™, Shanghai Hongshi SLAN-96P/S, Suzhou Molarry MA-6000

Description:

COVID-19 Coronavirus and Influenza A/B virus Real-Time PCR Kit are an In Vitro Diagnostic (IVD) reagent relying on fluorescent PCR technology for the qualitatively detection and differentiation of RNA from SARS-CoV-2, influenza A virus, and/or influenza B virus from upper and lower respiratory tract samples. Upper and lower respiratory tract samples include throat swab and sputum.


Key Points:
  • Target region: Influenza A and Influenza B specific RNA
  • Clinical Sensitivity: 96.1% (Flu A) 97.5% (Flu B)
  • Clinical Specificity: 98.7% (Flu A) 98.2% (Flu B)
  • Limit of detection: 2.0 TCID50/mL
  • Sample input volume: 5μL
  • Sample type: RNA in clinical specimens, including throat swab, nasal and pharyngeal secretions and cell culture supernatant

Areas:

    Clinical
Company contact details:

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China Medical City
Taizhou
China

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Tel: +86 021-64193032


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