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Vironostika HIV-1 Plus O Microelisa System

Description: Diagnostic, Non-Donor Screen. Vironostika HIV assays provide superior specificity, thereby reducing the need for additional testing and confirmation. Vironostika HIV-1 Microelisa System is an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for the detection of antibody to HIV-1 in serum, plasma or dried blood s...
Company:bioMerieux, Inc.

OraSure HIV-1 Western Blo

Description:...rmatory test for use with an OraSure HIV-1 oral fluid sample. Repeatedly reactive results of initial EIA testing with the Oral Fluid Vironostika HIV-1 microelisa System can be confirmed with the OraSure HIV-1 Western Blot Kit using the same OraSure sample. The OraSure HIV-1 Western Blot Kit is distributed by Bi...
Company:OraSure Technologies, Inc.

Vironostika® HTLV-I/II

Features:... Direct dilution into microplate well Easy substrate preparation (TMB) High correlation between initial and repeat results Part of microelisa range Simple handling with microplate presentation Flexible automation possibilities Versatile stripplate presentation Excellent clinical performa...
Company:bioMerieux, Inc.
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The Vironostika® HIV-1 Microelisa System, a proven HIV antibody. detection technology originally marketed in the United States and ...

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unused microelisa strips can be stored for up to 2 months, provided that the foil ... ┬Ál of each diluted SIV p27 Standard in duplicate to microelisa wells ...

Reagents provided with the kit

unused microelisa strips can be stored for up to 2 months, provided that the foil ... the last aspiration, invert the Microelisa Plate and tap firmly on ...

A microELISA assay to detect anti-liver-specific protein antibodies in ...

A microELISA to detect anti-liver-specific protein (LSP) antibodies in human sera is described. ... The microELISA is specific, as assessed by testing anti-LSP ...

The effect of adding an HIV-1 group O peptide into OTC's HIV-1 viral ...

... OTC's indirect viral lysate based microelisa test supplemented with a peptide ... test specificity for OTC's HIV-1 microelisa systems provided the framework for ...

MicroELISA detection of thymosin alpha 1 released in thymic organ c...

Elucidation of a C-Rich Signature Motif in Target mRNAs of RNA-Binding Protein TIAR. ... MicroELISA detection of thymosin alpha 1 released in thymic organ cultures. ...
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