Consumables Sanity 2.0 – Mycobacteria MDR-TB Test Kit (24 tests)
€ 216,59 € 179,00 ex. VAT
The MDR-TB Test Kit (Sanity 2.0) (Abbreviation: Sanity MDR-TB) is a cartridge-based test kit for detecting multidrug-resistance mutations (including rifampin-resistant mutations and isoniazid-resistant mutations) in Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB) from sputum samples.
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The MDR-TB Test Kit (for use on the Sanity 2.0 system) is a cartridge-based test kit for detecting multidrug-resistance mutations (including rifampin-resistant mutations and isoniazid-resistant mutations) in Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB) from sputum samples.
This kit is designed to run on the Sanity 2.0, which integrates nucleic acid extraction, real-time polymerase chain reaction (rt-PCR), analysis of melting curve and the result interpretation into a fully automatic instrument (all-in-one machine). Please use the Mycobacteria MDR-TB test kit in combination with the Sanity 2.0 and the MTB DNA extraction kit.
The limit of detection of the Mycobacteria MDR-TB test kit is 1000 bacilli/mL.
About the Sanity 2.0:
The Automatic Medical PCR Analysis System Sanity 2.0 is an automated Point-of-Care (POC) system that integrates specimen extraction and purification, PCR amplification, signal generation and optical detection. Once the user loads the specimen into the extraction loading well and starts the run, all other operations are automated on the instrument. The software preloaded in the instrument will collect and analyze data, and automatically generate interpretation for test reports at the end of the run. The system utilizes magnetic particle technology for automated isolation and purification of nucleic acid from saliva, bronchoalveolar lavage fluid (BALF), sputum, swabs, etc.
The product is intended to be used by professional users only.
The Automatic Medical POC PCR Analysis System Sanity 2.0 performs all steps of the sample preparation procedure for 4 samples in a single run.
The Sanity MTB should be stored at -25~8℃ in the dark. Production date and expiration date are shown on the package label.