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Parascreen® Rapid Test for Malaria (Pan/Pf)

ProductsParascreen® Rapid Test for Malaria (Pan/Pf)
Company Zephyr Biomedical Systems
Item Parascreen® Rapid Test for Malaria (Pan/Pf)
Features 
  • As the test sample flows through the membrane assembly of the device after addition of the clearing buffer, the colored monoclonal anti HRP-2 specific / anti pan specific colloidal gold conjugate antibodies complexes the proteins in the lysed sample
  • This complex moves further on the membrane to the test region where it is immobilised by the monoclonal anti Pf. HRP-2 / anti pan specific antibody coated on the membrane leading to formation of pink-purple colored band/s which confirms a positive test result
  • While both the bands will appear at the test region in falciparum positive samples, only one band would appear in non-falciparum malaria positive samples
  • Absence of this colored band(s) in the test region indicates a negative test result
  • The unreacted conjugate along with the rabbit globulin colloidal gold conjugate and unbound complex if any, move further on the membrane and are subsequently immobilised by anti-rabbit antibodies coated on the membrane at the control region, forming a pink-purple band
  • This control band serves to validate the test performance
Description For the detection P.falciparum specific histidine protein-2 (Pf HRP-2) and pan specific pLDH, for differentiation of P. falciparum and other malarial species viz P.vivax, P.ovale & P. malariae and for the follow up of antimalarial therapy, in whole blood samples.
Info Zephyr Biomedical Systems
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