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Tuberculosis test kit SMARTCHEK®
TBMycobacterium tuberculosisfor real-time PCR

tuberculosis test kit
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Tested parameter
Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Analysis mode
for real-time PCR
Result display time

40 min


Rapid MDx Solution for TB diagnosis with Proven Performance FEATURES 40 minutes of turn-around-time using GENECHECKER® UF-300 and UF-340 system Simple workflow for minimized user handling with enhanced testing capacity (8 tests/run) Excellent testing performance assured by high sensitivity and specificity Assay is designed to detect IS6110 gene and MBP64 gene of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Compact and affordable solution that suits any application 01 Why is TB diagnosis still being a challenge? Tuberculosis which is an infectious disease caused by tuberculosis bacteria, usually affects lungs, but can also affect other body organs, such as lymph nodes, kidney, peritoneum, intestine or even skin. According to announcement from WHO, an estimated 10 million people fell ill with tuberculosis and a 1.4 million people died from TB worldwide in 2019. Early diagnosis is one of the key factors for treatment of the disease due to its side effects and additional infections caused by misdiagnosis. As a result, development and applications of tuberculosis assays to assure its high sensitivity and accuracy are still actively ongoing throughout the world. 02 Better detection assay to enhance your testing efficiency This assay is containing Mycobacterium tuberculosis specific primer pairs and can diagnose Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection in 40 minutes. This assay uses real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technology and TaqMan® Probe chemistry to detect target genes.


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