SEROLOGY

ASO Slide Latex (Anti Streptolysin O)
ASO Slide Latex (Anti Streptolysin O)
    • Latex Reagent, Positive and Negative Controls.
    • Qualitative and Semi Quantitative Test Procedures.
    • Homogenous Latex Particles.
    • Detects ASO at 200 IU/ml (Cut off Sensitivity 200 IU/ml).
    • Reagent sensitivity calibrated against WHO calibrators.
    • Sample Dilution not required for Qualitative Test Procedure.
    • Avid agglutination.
    • Results correlate with quantitative turbidometry
CRP Slide Latex (C-Reactive Protein)
CRP Slide Latex (C-Reactive Protein)
    • Latex Reagent, Positive and Negative Controls
    • Qualitative and Semi Quantitative Test Procedures
    • Homogenous Latex Particles
    • Detects CRP at 0.6 mg/dl (Cut off Sensitivity 0.6 mg/dl))
    • Reagent sensitivity calibrated against WHO calibrators
    • Sample Dilution not required for Qualitative Test Procedure
    • Avid agglutination,
    • No Prozone Effect.
    • Results correlate with quantitative turbidimetry
RF Slide Latex (Rheumatoid Factors)
RF Slide Latex (Rheumatoid Factors)
    • Latex Reagent, Positive and Negative Controls
    • Qualitative and Semi Quantitative Test Procedures
    • Homogenous Latex Particles
    • Detects RF (Rheumatoid Factors) at 12 IU/ml (Cut off Sensitivity 12 IU/ml)
    • Reagent sensitivity calibrated against WHO calibrators
    • Sample Dilution not required for Qualitative Test Procedure
    • Avid agglutination,
    • No Prozone and Hook Effects
    • Results correlate with quantitative turbidimetry
RPR (Slide Charcoal Reagent)
RPR (Slide Charcoal Reagent)
    • Charcoal Reagent, Positive and Negative Controls
    • Qualitative and Semi Quantitative Test Procedures
    • Homogenous Cardiolipin coated Charcoal Particles.
    • Charcoal Reagent in an aqueous base.
    • Sample Dilution not required for Qualitative Test Procedure
    • Sample inactivation not required.
    • Avid agglutination,
    • No Prozone and Hook Effects
WIDAL (Flocculation Method)
WIDAL (Flocculation Method)
    • Separate colour coded Antigens for Salmonella typhi and paratyphi.
    • Bacterial Antigens and Positive Controls
    • Qualitative and Semi Quantitative Slide Test and Tube Test Procedures
    • Homogenous and Stabilized Bacterial Antigens.
    • Inactivated Bacteria used as Antigens
    • Sample Dilution not required for Qualitative Test Procedure
    • Avid Flocculation
    • No Prozone and Hook Effects
WIDAL- OH (Flocculation Method)
WIDAL- OH (Flocculation Method)
    • Separate colour coded Antigens for Salmonella typhi.
    • Bacterial Antigens and Positive Controls
    • Qualitative and Semi Quantitative Slide Test and Tube Test Procedures
    • Homogenous and Stabilized Bacterial Antigens.
    • Inactivated Bacteria used as Antigens
    • Sample Dilution not required for Qualitative Test Procedure
    • Avid Flocculation
    • No Prozone and Hook Effects