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MEASLES

Measles has been largely eliminated in recent years as a major childhood disease thanks to immunisation campaigns. However, as a result of vaccination failure or subjects who have not been vaccinated, there has been a shifting tendency for young adults to become infected. Measles, a paramyxovirus, causes a very contagious respiratory infection which can have severe consequences, particularly in adults. The screening of pregnant women, young adults and other high risk patients for circulating antibodies is important in determining the immune status.

Method:

Immunoenzymatic method for the qualitative determination of IgG and IgM-class antibodies to Measles in human serum. The test is based on the ELISA principle (Enzyme Linked ImmunoSorbent Assay) which uses the reaction between the antibodies present in the tested sample and the immobilized antigen bound to solid phases.The immunoglobulins bind to the antigen through incubation with diluted human serum. The result is expressed as an INDEX (ratio between the OD value of the sample and that of the Cut-off).

MEASLES IgG

coated with Measles Virus

Kit for the determination of anti-Measles IgG antibodies in human serum.
Code 91072
Quantity 48 tests
METHOD Indirect ELISA
TYPE Qualitative Test
DIAGNOSTIC SENSITIVITY 96.6%
DIAGNOSTIC SPECIFITY 100% CI95%: 97.1. – 100
INCUBATION TIME 105 min
SHELF LIFE 15 months from the date of preparation
STORAGE and STABILITY 2°/8°C

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MEASLES IgM

coated with anti-human IgM monoclonal antibodies

Kit for the determination of anti-Measles IgM antibodies in human serum. Capture method.
Code 91073
Quantity 48 tests
METHOD CAPTURE ASSAY
TYPE Qualitative Test
DIAGNOSTIC SENSITIVITY 95%
DIAGNOSTIC SPECIFITY 100% CI95%: 97.1. – 100
INCUBATION TIME 105 min
SHELF LIFE 15 months from the date of preparation
STORAGE and STABILITY 2°/8°C

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