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Cat#:RTS-048
Product Name:Salmonella Typhi Rapid Test Strip
Size: 20T
Sample: Stool
Intended use: The Rapid Salmonella typhi is a rapid chromatographic immunoassay for the qualitative detection of Salmonella typhi antigens in human feces specimens in order to detect typhoid fever.
Description: Clinical syndromes in humans caused by infection with Salmonella enterica are divided into typhoid fever, caused by S. enterica serovars typhi and paratyphi, and a range of clinical syndromes, including diarrhoeal disease, caused by the non-typhoid salmonellae (NTS) of which there are around 2,500 serovars. Typhoid fever is a human-restricted and highly adapted invasive systemic disease of adults and children that shows little association with immunosuppression. In contrast, NTS have a broad vertebrate host range and epidemiology that often involves food animals, at least in industrialised countries where it usually presents as gastroenteritis. Severe, invasive disease due to NTS is usually associated with the immunocompromised state common in HIV-infected adults. Invasive NTS disease is also common in young African children with co-morbidities such as severe anaemia, malnutrition and HIV infection.
Detection Principle: Rapid Salmonella typhi is a qualitative lateral flow immunoassay for the detection of Salmonella typhi antigens in human feces samples. The membrane is precoated with monoclonal antibodies against Salmonella typhi antigens on the test line region. During
Contents of Kit: 1. Rapid Salmonella typhi Card tests 2. Instructions for use 3. Specimen collection vial with buffer
Sensitivity: Sensitivity >99% and specificity >99%.
Storage: Store at 15-25℃, DO NOT FREEZE or use beyond the expiration date. The shelf life is 38 months.
References: 1. GORDON, M, et al, “Invasive salmonellosis in Malawi”. J Infect Developing Countries 2008; 2(6):438-442. 2. SANCHEZ-JIMENEZ, M. et al. “Validation of a PCR for diagnosis of typhoid fever and salmonellosis by amplification of the hilA gene in clinical si

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