aspergillus fumigatus igg elisa, 96 wells
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- aspergillus fumigatus igg elisa, 96 wells
block scientific is your leading source for different kinds of infectious disease kits from drg international inc. the aspergillus fumigatus igg elisa, 96 wells is just one example. block scientific is based in bellport, new york and has been a trusted supplier of medical and laboratory equipment for more than three decades.
to find antibodies
this product is an enzyme immunassay for the qualitative and quantitative determination of igg antibodies against aspergillus fumigatus in human serum and plasma.
- test principle – solid phase enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (elisa) based on the sandwich principle.
- materials supplied – enzyme conjugate igg, microtiter plate, diluent buffer, standard a-d, tmb substrate solution, tmb stop solution, wash buffer, plastic bag, adhesive foil
the most common pathogen of the genus aspergillus is a. fumingatus occuring in hay, grain, rotten plants and bird faeces. the main opportunistic invasive fungal infections are the candidal mycosis followed by aspergillosis. in general infections with aspergillus spp. are airborne. because of the ubiquity of aspergillus species it is difficult to decide between contamination by commensalism or a serious infection. usually infection in humans occurs in already damaged tissues only. aspergillus spp. can cause a chronic infection of paranasal sinus, eyes or lungs. three types of lung-aspergillosis can be distinguished: acute infection (bronchial pneumonia; pneumonia), saprophytic aspergillom (compact reticulum of hyphae in the lungs) and allergic bronchopulmonal aspergillosis (mediated by ige). next to the elisa the indirect aspergillus hemagglutination test (aspergillus hat) can be performed to detect specific igg and igm antibodies. the hat is not suitable as a screening test, however, because of its low sensitivity. in some high-risk patients it shows only low antibody titers.
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