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Cat#:RTS-040
Product Name:Astrovirus Rapid Test Strip
Size: 20T
Sample: Stool
Intended use: The Rapid Astrovirus is a rapid chromatographic immunoassay for the qualitative detection of Astrovirus antigens in human feces specimens to aid in the diagnosis of Astrovirus infection.
Description: Viral gastroenteritis is an infection caused by a variety of viruses that results in vomiting or diarrhea. Many different viruses can cause gastroenteritis, including rotaviruses, noroviruses, adenoviruses, sapoviruses, and astroviruses. The main symptoms of viral gastroenteritis are watery diarrhea and vomiting. The affected person may also have headache, fever, and abdominal cramps ("stomach ache"). In general, the symptoms begin 1 to 2 days following infection with a virus that causes gastroenteritis and may last for 1 to 10 days, depending on which virus causes the illness. Some research studies have shown that the duration of the symptoms are approximately three to four days. Adenoviruses and astroviruses cause diarrhea mostly in young children, but older children and adults can also be affected.
Detection Principle: The Rapid Astrovirus is a qualitative lateral flow immunoassay for the detection of Astrovirus antigens in human feces samples. The membrane is pre-coated with monoclonal antibodies against Astrovirus antigens on the test line region. During testing, the
Contents of Kit: 1. Card tests 2. Instructions for use 3. Specimen collection vials with buffer
Sensitivity: Rapid Astrovirus was highly specific (>99%) and also highly sensitive (>94%) compared with the results of that ELISA assay.
Storage: Store at 15-25℃, DO NOT FREEZE or use beyond the expiration date. The shelf life is 30 months.
References: 1. CUKOR G., and BLACKLOW N. R., “Human Viral Gastroenteritis”, Microbiological Reviews, Vol. 48 No 2, June 1984, pp. 157-179 2. NEEL K. KRISHNA, B.A, “Identification of Structural Domains Involved in Astrovirus Capsid Biology”, Viral Immunol. 2005 ; 18(1

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