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DOCTOREYES HIV, Syphilis & Hepatitis B rapid test kit set

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Doctoreyes Rapid test?kit set including one pack of?HIV?test kit, one pack of?Syphilis?test kit and one pack of?Hepatitis B?test kit.

 

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Description

Principle of the procedure
This kit is used by the colloidal gold-labeled recombinant syphilis antigen (Au-TP Ag)-coated glass fiber membrane, recombinant syphilis antigens (TP Ag) and rabbit anti-TP antibody-coated membrane made of cellulose nitrate using colloidal gold immuno-chromatographic detection techniques and principles of qualitative analysis of blood samples from Treponema pallidum antibodies.
Detection, blood samples from syphilis antibody with colloidal gold-labeled antigen to form antigen-antibody complex, due to the role of complex chromatography to move forward along the note, after a test line (T) pre-coated with the antigen-binding form “Au-TP Ag-TP Ab-TP Ag” sandwich materials and the mobilization of color.
Free colloidal gold-labeled anti-syphilis principles of the Quality Control Division (C) and pre-coated with rabbit anti-TP antibody binding and enrichment of color. Negative specimens were only on the quality control offcie (C) color.

 

The assay starts with a sample and diluent applied to the respective well. The HIV antigen-colloidal gold conjugate embedded in the sample pad reacts with the HIV antibody present in blood, serum or plasma sample forming conjugate/HIV antibody complex. As the mixture is allowed to migrate along the test strip, the conjugate/HIV antibody complex is captured by a second antibody immobilized on a membrane forming a colored test band in the test region.
A negative sample does not produce a test band due to the absence of colloidal gold conjugate/HIV antibody complex. The antigens used in the conjugate test are recombinant proteins that correspond to highly immunoreactive regions of HIV1 and HIV2. A colored control band in the control region appears at the end of test procedure regardless of test result. This control band is the result of colloidal gold conjugate binding to the anti-HIV antibody immobilized on the membrane. The control band indicates that the colloidal gold conjugate is functional.

 

The assay starts with a sample and diluent applied to the respective well. The HIV antigen-colloidal gold conjugate embedded in the sample pad reacts with the HIV antibody present in blood, serum or plasma sample forming conjugate/HIV antibody complex. As the mixture is allowed to migrate along the test strip, the conjugate/HIV antibody complex is captured by a second antibody immobilized on a membrane forming a colored test band in the test region.
A negative sample does not produce a test band due to the absence of colloidal gold conjugate/HIV antibody complex. The antigens used in the conjugate test are recombinant proteins that correspond to highly immunoreactive regions of HIV1 and HIV2. A colored control band in the control region appears at the end of test procedure regardless of test result. This control band is the result of colloidal gold conjugate binding to the anti-HIV antibody immobilized on the membrane. The control band indicates that the colloidal gold conjugate is functional.

 

How to use

  • Clean your hands and wipe your fingertips with alcohol wipes to keep clean and dry.
  • Push the yellow protective spoon of the lancet in, and then rotate and pull the protective spoon.
  • Put your fingertip on the lancet needle and press the button next to the lancet.
  • Squeeze your fingertips to make a large drop of blood (about 60ul), and then drop it into the sample area (S) of the tester.
  • Open the buffer and slowly drop 1 drop into the sample area (S) of the tester.
  • Wait for the test results.
  • The test results will appear within 15 minutes.

 

Notice to the testing result
Negative: Negative result does not guarantee there is no antibody in low concentration. Thus the test should be repeated at a future time.
Positive:?Please consult medical attention at once.


For each box:

  • Doctoreyes Test Kit ?x 1
  • Disposable Safety Lancents ?x 1
  • Reserve general Lancets x 1
  • Alcohol Wipe Paper ?x 1
  • Buffer x 1
  • Pipette x 1

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