|Key Features:|| |
• Immediately detectable: It’s easy to operate, without extraction, and only needs a fluorescence quantitative PCRinstrument, The number of samples in a single test can be adjusted flexibly according to the number of people to betested, which is extremely suitable for epidemic screening in communities, stations, airports, customs, supermarkets,schools and other areas.
• Hypersensitivity: The minimum detection limit can be as low as 300 copies / ml.
• Fast: Complete the whole process from sampling to detection only in 40 minutes.
• Transportation at room temperature: The kit can be stored at room temperature and non-cold chain to minimize thecooling cost.
SARS-CoV-2 Fast Nucleic Acid Detection Kit is intended for the detection of 2019-Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, SARS-Cov2). The detection result of this product is only for clinical reference, and it should not be used as the only evidence for clinical diagnosis and treatment for COVID-19.
Highly conserved region containing ORF1ab and N gene in the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) genome is used to design specific primers and probes in this kit. Based on the fluorescence quantitative PCR platform, the principle of one-step fluorescence quantitative reverse transcription PCR was used to qualitatively detect the new coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2). PCR detection system uses Human Actin to design primers and probes as internal control, which can monitor the quality of respiratory nucleic acid and whole PCR reaction system. It avoids the risk of blank samples and false negatives.
|Certificate:||FDA & CE|
|Component:||1. Detection Buffer: 950 µl|
2. Enzyme Mix: 50 µl
3. Positive Control: 200 µl
4. Negative Control: 200 µl
|Storage:||All reagents should be stored at -30°C~-15°C with protection from light.|
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