Bioperfectus Launching New Product to Fight against Malaria

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Bioperfectus is pleased to launch Plasmodium DNA Real Time PCR Kit to assist the world in fighting against malaria infection.
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Plasmodium, a unicellular eukaryote, is the pathogen that causes malaria. It is a unicellular parasitic protozoan of the genus Plasmodium in the family Plasmodiidae. There are five common plasmodia: Plasmodium vivax, Plasmodium falciparum, Plasmodium malariae, Plasmodium knowlesi, and Plasmodium ovale. Among them, Plasmodium knowlesi has been identified in recent years and is recognized as the fifth plasmodium that infects humans.
The Bioperfectus Technologies Plasmodium Real Time PCR Kit is an in vitro diagnostic test, based on real-time PCR technology, for the detection of Plasmodium  (Plasmodium vivax, Plasmodium falciparum, Plasmodium malariae, Plasmodium knowlesi, and Plasmodium ovale) DNA. Samples can be obtained from whole blood.
Detect Plasmodium with specific DNA
Internal control ensures the whole process reliably
Better performance makes the result more accurate
More efficient: 96 tests in 61 minutes (on an instrument)
Suitable for more mainstream instrument
Target region: Plasmodium specific DNA
Limit of Detection: 1000 copies/mL
Analytical Specificity: no cross-reactivity with other common pathogens
Sample input volume: 5μL
Sample type: DNA in clinical specimens, including whole blood
Plasmodium DNA Real Time PCR Kit
25 Tests/Kit,
50 Tests/Kit

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