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Herpes Simplex Virus Type Ⅱ Nucleic Acid (DNA) POCT Detection Kit

This kit is used for qualitative detection of herpes simplex virus type II nucleic acid in male urethral swab samples or female cervical swab samplesin vitro, providing molecular biological reference for early detection of urogenital herpes and screening of high-risk population of sexuallytransmitted diseases.


Genital herpes is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases. It is mainly caused by herpes simplex virus II (HSV-Ⅱ) infection. The common clinical manifestation of HSV-II is herpes in mucous membrane or skin. Occasionally, severe systemic diseases may occur, involving someorgan. In recent years, the infection rate of HSV-II in pregnant women is on rise. Early pregnancy infection of HSV-II can lead to abortion, premature delivery, stillbirth, neonatal congenital malformation and mental retardation. The existing detection methods mainly include: immunodetection,culture method, ordinary PCR amplification and fluorescence PCR amplification detection.

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AIGS instrument obtained the CE IVD certification (German DIMDIV Registration No. DE/CA59/1935/2019-R/Fs)

Workflow

Advantages

Safe---The sealed kit to prevent the detection of pathogen leakage, reduce contact with infectious samples, and protect medical personnel

Simple---Manual sample operation in 2 minutes, training to the medical staff just in 10 minutes

Convenient---No PCR laboratory is required, no contamination

High sensitivity---Critical state multiphase microfluidic technology is used to effectively improve the efficiency of nucleic acid extraction, and the detection sensitivity is high up to 500 virus copies.

Specifications
Name Storage Package Order No.
Herpes Simplex Virus Type Ⅱ Nucleic Acid (DNA) POCT Detection Kit
(AIGS real-time fluorescent PCR method)
2-8℃
24T A0003-E
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