PCR – Preferred Diagnostic Method
Monkeypox is a viral zoonosis caused by the monkeypox virus,WHO suggestions: Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is the preferred laboratory test,given its accuracy and sensitivity .The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also uses PCR detection as a key diagnostic method for monkeypox.
Tianlong's Monkeypox Virus PCR Kit
Tianlong's Monkeypox Virus Nucleic Acid Detection Kit uses real-time fluorescent PCR method and 3-in-1 single-tube design，which can detect the specific sequences of the viral DNA for the early and rapid diagnosis of suspected cases.
For the epidemiological surveillance to develop optimal epidemic prevention and control strategies
For the early and rapid diagnosis of monkeypox
Easy to use: 3-in-1 single-tube design, ready for testing after dispensing and loading.
High sensitivity: ensured accuracy with the LoD of 200 copies/mL.
Automation ready: compatible with Tianlong’s automated nucleic acid extractors, for minimized manual errors.
Optimized efficiency: rapid detection completed within 40min working with Tianlong’s real-time PCR systems.
Principle of Procedure
Real-time PCR, FAM for the samples, CY5 for the internal control
No. of Tests
Limit of Detection(LoD)
Respectively detect the precise reference specimens of high and low concentrations in different time ranges for 10 times, and the precision values of intra and inter Ct values were all <5%
No cross reactivity of the assay was observed with Variola virus, Vaccinia virus, Camelpox virus, Cowpox virus, Raccoonpox virus, Taterapox virus, HSV, FMDV and sampling swabs collected from healthy people
Storage/ Transportation Conditions
Storage: -25°C to -15°C for 12 months
Transportation: -25°C to 8°C
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