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Stool Testing for Gastrointestinal Pathogens - 5/10/2016

 

 
 

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Gastrointestinal Testing
Antibodies for the detection of gastrointestinal
pathogens in stool samples

Acute gastroenteritis is a common syndrome that is generally caused by a virus, parasite or food-borne bacteria. Diagnosis of the intestinal pathogen requires the detection of the organism in the feces, duodenal fluid, or small intestine. Traditional methods of fecal examination are labor intensive and require skilled technicians. In recent years, antigen detection assays that work using stool samples, have gained popularity due to their specificity, speed, and ease-of-use.

Meridian offers a large range of antibodies to gastrointestinal pathogens which have been validated to work in various types of immunoassays. Several of these products are currently being used in commercial diagnostic assays to detect these pathogens in stool samples. Download a flyer today to learn more!

ANTIBODIES FOR STOOL DETECTION

• Adenovirus
• Calprotectin
Campylobacter jejuni
Clostridium difficile Toxin A & B
Cryptosporidium parvum
E. coli O157
Giardia lamblia

Helicobacter pylori
• Norovirus
• Rotavirus
• Salmonella species
• Shigella species
• Verotoxin

 
 

 

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New Zika Antigens & Antibodies

Recombinant antigens and MAbs to the Zika NS1 protein and Zika Envelope protein for use in ELISA or LF commercial diagnostic assays.
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Animal IgG for Blocking

High-quality, purified animal (goat, rabbit, sheep, rat and mouse) IgGs as a heterophilic (HA) blocker to reduce interference and false results.
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Syphilis Antigens

New stand-alone marker (Tp0453) for syphilis that has high sensitivity and specificity across all stages of the disease.  Also, recombinant (E. coli) antigens to Tp17, Tp15, Tp41, TmpA, and, Tp47.
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Meet us at our next conference!

Immunology 2016 - Booth #2611
13th –17th May
Seattle, Washington

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AACC 2016 - Booth #3512
31st July – 4th August
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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