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  • S3353E FluA/Flu B – Influenza A/B Virus Nucleic Acid Diagnostic Kit

    Brief

    Influenza Virus is a kind of RNA virus in the Orthomyxoviridae family which leading to human and animal influenza. It causes acute upper respiratory tract infection, spreads rapidly through the air and has periodic pandemics around the world. Human influenza virus are influenza pathogens which can be classified into three types, namely A, B and C. Among them, influenza A is the most harmful, while influenza B and influenza C have weak pathogenicity and are not easy to mutate.

     

    The diagnostic Kit is intended for detection of the Influenza A and Influenza B in oropharyngeal swab from individuals. The test results can be used for the auxiliary diagnosis of respiratory Influenza A/B Virus infection and provide molecular diagnostic basis for Influenza A/B Virus infection.

    Parameters

    Product features Parameter
    Covering pathogens
    Influenza A and Influenza B
    Specimen Types
    Oropharyngeal swab
    Technical Platform
    One-tube fast release technology
    Advanced magnetic beads technology
    Compatible Instrument
    ABI 7500; MA-6000; SLAN®-96P; QuantGene 9600; iPonatic S-Q31A/S-Q31B
    Sensitivity
    200 copies/mL
    Spec.
    48T, 24-P
    Qualification
    CE
  • S3363E-12-P TB and RFP – Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Nucleic Acid and Rifampicin Resistance Fluorescence Diagnostic Kit

    Brief

    Mycobacterium tuberculosis (M. tuberculosis) is the pathogen causing tuberculosis, which can invade all organs of the whole body, and pulmonary tuberculosis caused by pulmonary involvement is the most common. Early diagnosis and treatment are crucial measures to effectively control the spread of tuberculosis.

     

    Due to the abuse of antibiotics or the insufficient course of drugs of patients, the sensitivity of patients to drugs weakens or even disappears, resulting in the decreasing or ineffective effect of drugs on pulmonary tuberculosis. According to the types of anti-tuberculosis drugs, drug-resistant tuberculosis can be divided into monoresistance pulmonary tuberculosis, polyresistance pulmonary tuberculosis, multidrug resistance pulmonary tuberculosis and extensively drug-resistant pulmonary tuberculosis. Rifampicin is one of the first-line drugs for the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis.

     

    The Mycobacterium Tuberculosis and Rifampicin Resistance Nucleic Acid Diagnostic Kit (PCR-Fluorescence Probing) is a real-time polymerase chain reaction test kit intended for the qualitative detection of the nucleic acid of mycobacterium tuberculosis and rifampicin resistance mutations in human sputum samples. The test results can be used to assist in the diagnosis of TB patients and patients with an increased risk of RFP drug-resistant TB, providing a molecular diagnosis basis for infected patients.

    Parameters

    Product features Parameter
    Specimen Type Sputum
    Technical Platform
    One-tube fast release technology
    PCR Instruments
    iPonatic (S-Q36A)
    Internal Control
    RNase P
    Limit of detection
    Mycobacterium tuberculosis 1,000 Bacteria/mL;
    Rifampicin resistance 10,000 Bacteria/mL
    The kit is registered in Indonesia.
  • S3334E ADV-Adenovirus Nucleic Acid Diagnostic Kit

    Brief

    Acute infectious disease caused by adenovirus, easily affects the mucous membranes of the respiratory and digestive tracts, the conjunctiva of the eyes, the urinary tract and the lymph nodes. The main manifestation is an acute upper respiratory tract infection. The population is generally susceptible, mostly the children. Infants are susceptible to adenovirus pneumonia, which is severe and has a high mortality rate. The source of infection is the patient and the latent infected person. The virus is excreted from the respiratory tract and conjunctival secretions, feces and urine, and is transmitted by airborne droplets, close contact and the feces-oral route.   The Adenovirus Nucleic Acid Diagnostic Kit is used for nucleic acid testing of adenovirus in patients suspected of being adenovirus infections (e.g., fever, cough, wheezing, dyspnea, bronchopneumonia, upper respiratory tract infections, lung infections, etc.) or related close contacts, and the results can be used to assist in the diagnosis of adenovirus infection and provide a molecular diagnostic basis for adenovirus infection.

    Features

    • High sensitivity: Detection sensitivity reaches 200 copies/mL.
    • Quick and easy: Perfectly match Sansure's one-tube fast Sample Release Reagent, easy to operate.
    • IC monitoring: IC(Internal Control) monitoring test process to avoid false negative results.

    Parameters

    Items Parameter
    Specimen Type Throat swab
    Extraction Platform One-tube fast release technology Advanced magnetic beads technology
    Anti-contamination system UNG enzyme + dUTP system
    PCR Instrument ABI 7500; MA-6000; SLAN-96P; QuantStudio 5; iPonatic S-Q31A&B; S-Q36A
    Sensitivity 200 copies/mL
    Qualification NMPA, CE
  • S3310E 6LRP-Six Respiratory Pathogens Multiplex Nucleic Acid Diagnostic Kit

    Brief

    Lower respiratory infections (LRP) remained the world’s most deadly communicable disease, ranked as the 4th leading cause of death. In 2019 it claimed 2.6 million lives. Diseases of the lower respiratory tract include acute tracheitis, bronchitis, pneumonia, chronic bronchitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, bronchiectasis, etc. They are caused by microbial infections such as viruses, bacteria, mycoplasma, chlamydia and legionella.   Bacteria are the main pathogens of lower respiratory tract infections, with a wide variety of pathogens and complex clinical presentations. Due to the long detection period and low positive detection rate of traditional pathogenic tests, over 62% of adults with community-acquired pneumonia have no pathogenic basis. Failure to identify the cause quickly can delay treatment, exacerbate the disease and lead to death, and increase the development of antibiotic resistance.

    Features

    • Highly efficient identification and rapid diagnosis: Six common bacteria of lower respiratory tract infections can be detected in one tube; a batch of 94 sample tests can finish in 100 minutes.
    • Accurate and reliable, high detection rate: sensitive and specific, unaffected by antibacterial drugs, full internal control monitoring to avoid false negatives, UDG enzyme + dUTP anti- contamination measures to reduce false positives.
    • Easy to operate and adaptable: automatic instruments are available, and the results can be intelligently analyzed by conventional fluorescent PCR instruments to meet the needs of medical laboratories , clinical Institutions, emergency and primary care etc.

    Parameters

    Items Parameter
    Specimen Type Sputum
    Extraction Platform Advanced magnetic beads technology
    Internal Control Plasmid
    PCR Instrument Thermofisher QuantStudio™ 5 and SLAN-96P
    Sensitivity 15 CFU/mL (Streptococcus pneumoniae) 340 CFU/mL (Legionella pneumophila) 625 CFU/mL (Haemophilus influenzae) 675 CFU/mL (Pseudomonas aeruginosa) 900 CFU/mL (Klebsiella pneumoniae) 2875 CFU/mL (Staphylococcus aureus)
    Qualification NMPA, CE
  • S3016E MP – Mycoplasma Pneumoniae DNA Fluorescence Diagnostic Kit

    Brief

    Mycoplasma pneumoniae (MP) is a pathogenic microorganism between bacteria and virus. It is mainly transmitted through buccal and nasal mucus by the air causing respiratory diseases, with the highest incidence in children and adolescents. Respiratory infection has the manifestations of pharyngitis and bronchitis, with a few cases causing infection to the lung. Recently, incidence among infants and children is increasing, therefore, early diagnosis and treatment can decrease the exacerbation of acute pneumonia in children. The development of molecular biology also draws more attention to the fluorescence quantitative PCR technology for the detection of MP-DNA.   This diagnostic kit is an in vitro nucleic acid amplification test for the detection of mycoplasma pneumoniae DNA in humansputum and throat swab. It is intended for use as an aid in the diagnosis of an MP infection and providing a molecular-diagnostics-based solution.

    Parameters

    Product features Parameter
    Specimen Type Sputum and throat swab
    Extraction Platform One-tube fast release technology
    Internal Control cloning plasmid containing the target gene fragment
    PCR Instrument ABI 7500, SLAN-96P,MA-6000, Roche LightCycler 480, iPonatic S-Q31A&B,S-Q36A
    Sensitivity 400 copies/mL
    Spec. 48T, 12-P
    Qualification CE
  • S3018E TB – Mycobacterium Tuberculosis DNA Fluorescence Diagnostic Kit

    Brief

    Mycobacterium tuberculosis virus (TB) is a pathogenic bacterium that causes tuberculosis. It is likely to infect all human tissues and organs, especially the lungs to cause pulmonary tuberculosis. Early diagnosis and treatment are important for effective control of tuberculosis.   In recent years, with the development of molecular biology, nucleic acid fluorescence quantitative PCR method based on the mycobacterium tuberculosis nucleic acid has drawn more and more attention from researchers.

    Parameters

    Product features Parameter
    Specimen Type Human sputum
    Extraction Platform One-tube fast release technology
    Internal Control Cloning plasmid, without TB target sequence
    PCR Instrument ABI 7500, SLAN-96P,MA-6000, Stratagene Mx3000P, iPonatic S-Q31A&B,S-Q36A
    Sensitivity 1 bacterium/mL
    Spec. 48T, 12-P
    Qualification CE
  • S3148E SC2/Flu/RSV – SARS-CoV-2, Influenza Virus and Respiratory Syncytial Virus Multiple Nucleic Acid Diagnostic Kit

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    Brief

    The SARS-CoV-2, Influenza Virus and Respiratory Syncytial Virus Multiple Nucleic Acid Diagnostic Kit (PCR-Fluorescence Probing) is a real-time RT-PCR test intended for the qualitative Diagnostic of nucleic acid from SARS-CoV-2, Influenza Virus and Respiratory Syncytial Virus Multiple in the nasopharyngeal swabs and oropharyngeal swabs from individuals.

     

    As the seventh coronavirus that infects humans, the SARS-CoV-2 can cause fever, fatigue, dry cough, dyspnea and other symptoms. In severe cases, it can cause acute respiratory distress syndrome, septic shock, and even death. At the same time, the SARS-CoV-2 has a strong spreading ability and has a wide range. Influenza virus (Influenza virus) can cause acute respiratory infections, with clinical manifestations of fever, headache, myalgia, fatigue, rhinitis, sore throat and cough. Influenza viruses can aggravate underlying diseases (such as heart and lung diseases) or cause secondary bacterial pneumonia or primary influenza viral pneumonia. The elderly and people with various chronic diseases or physical weakness are prone to severe complications and mortality higher after infecting influenza. Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) belongs to the Pneumovirus genus of the Paramyxoviridae family. It mainly causes lower respiratory tract infections such as bronchiolitis and pneumonia in infants under 6 months, as well as rhinitis , Cold and other upper respiratory tract infections in older children and adults.

    Parameters

    Product features Parameter
    Covering pathogens
    SARS-CoV-2, Influenza Virus and Respiratory Syncytial Virus
    Specimen Types
    Nasopharyngeal swab and oropharyngeal swab
    Technical Platform
    One-tube fast release technology
    Advanced magnetic beads technology
    Internal Control
    RNase P gene
    Compatible Instrument
    ABI 7500; MA-6000; SLAN®-96P; iPonatic S-Q31A/S-Q31B/S-Q36A
    Sensitivity
    500 copies/mL.
    Qualification
    CE
  • S3066E 6RP-Six Respiratory Pathogens Nucleic Acid Diagnostic Kit

    Brief

    Respiratory infections are classified into the upper respiratory tract infections and lower respiratory tract infections. It refer to the pathogens that infect the nose, throat, trachea, bronchi or lungs, which principally cause diseases of tissues and organs outside the respiratory tract, manifested by fever, sore throat, cough, headache and other symptoms. The respiratory tract pathogen has the characteristics of strong infectivity, rapid spread, short incubation period and acute onset, etc. which seriously harm human health.   After respiratory infection, symptoms are mostly similar. Sansure six respiratory pathogens joint detection kits can help doctors make differential diagnosis, accurately detect the pathogens that cause symptoms, and formulate treatment plans.

    Performance

    • High sensitivity: Super-cis-nanometer magnetic bead technology; can achieve 500copies/mL
    • Accurate identification: One test presented six results ; accurate guidance for rational clinical drug use
    • Whole-process monitoring: Glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase (GAPDH) human housekeeping gene as internal standard; Monitor the whole process of sampling, nucleic acid extraction and amplification

    Parameters

    Product features Parameter
    Specimen Type Nasopharyngeal swabs
    Extraction Platform Advanced magnetic beads technology
    Internal Control lentivirus particles(GAPDH)
    PCR Instrument SLAN-96P, ABI7500
    Sensitivity Influenza A virus:  2.0 TCID50/mL Influenza B virus:  2.0 TCID50/mL Respiratory syncytial virus: 500.0 copies/mL Adenovirus:  500.0 copies/mL Mycoplasma pneumonia:  500.0 copies/mL Human rhinovirus:  500.0 copies/mL
    Spec. 24T
    Qualification CE
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