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MUMPS

Mumps is a frequent childhood disease which is normally diagnosed on the basis of the enlarged salivary glands which
constitutes the presenting symptom. However, patients presenting with the most common complications, i.e. orchitis,
meningitis or meningoencephalitis, without inflammation of the salivary glands, may require confirmation of the infection by serological methods.

Method:

Immunoenzymatic method for the qualitative determination of IgG and IgM-class antibodies to Mumps 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).

MUMPS IgG

coated with Mumps virus

Kit for the determination of anti-Mumps IgG antibodies in human serum.
Code 91075
Quantity 48 tests
METHOD Indirect ELISA
TYPE Qualitative Test
DIAGNOSTIC SENSITIVITY 99.1%
DIAGNOSTIC SPECIFITY 94%
INCUBATION TIME 105 min
SHELF LIFE 15 months from the date of preparation
STORAGE and STABILITY 2°/8°C

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MUMPS IgM

coated with anti-human IgM monoclonal antibodies

Kit for the determination of anti-Mumps IgM antibodies in human serum. Capture method.
Code 91076
Quantity 48 tests
METHOD CAPTURE ASSAY
TYPE Qualitative Test
DIAGNOSTIC SENSITIVITY 97.3%
DIAGNOSTIC SPECIFITY 96.6%
INCUBATION TIME 105 min
SHELF LIFE 15 months from the date of preparation
STORAGE and STABILITY 2°/8°C

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