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gb MICRO Herpes simplex virus 1

Detection method: quantitative real-time PCR

The kit is intended for detection and DNA quantification of Herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV1) by real-time PCR method.

Clinical implications

Herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV1) is an enveloped DNA-virus of Herpesviridae family belonging to the Simplexvirus genus. For these viruses a short replication time and the ability to trigger latent infections of cells is typical. Mainly children are affected by the primary infection triggered by the HSV1 virus and it is usually inapparent. The most common demonstration of the infection in children is gingivostomatitis, less often then keratoconjunctivitis and meningoencephalitis. In adults, infections such as pharyngitis or rarely necrotizing encephalitis of the temporal lobe may occur.

Parameters of the diagnostic kit

  • ready-to-use assays
  • LOD 0.31 copies/µl
  • internal positive control, standards and negative control included
  • FAM channel detection
  • internal positive control in HEX channel
Cat. No. Product No. of reactions Price
3223-025 gb MICRO Herpes simplex virus 1 25
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3223-050 gb MICRO Herpes simplex virus 1 50
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1 kit contains reagents to provide 25 or 50 PCR reactions (25 μl volume of each reaction).

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Validated for:

ABI 7500/7500 Fast (ABI)

ABI 7900HT (ABI)

AriaMx (Agilent Technologies)

CFX96/96Touch (Bio-Rad)

iCycler iQ5 (Bio-Rad)

RG 3000 (Corbett Research)

RG 6000/Q (Corbett Research/Qiagen)

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