Cytomegalovirus Antibody Test Kit

AccuQuik™ is a CE, ISO, USFDA Cytomegalovirus Antibody Test Kit manufacturer.
As an American brand, AccuQuik™ places the highest priority on the quality of our Cytomegalovirus Antibody Test Kit. However, as we look to serve the needs of the developing world, our test kits are manufacturer in India and China-based facilities.

Cytomegalovirus Antibody Test Kit

AccuQuik™ is a CE, ISO, USFDA Cytomegalovirus Antibody Test Kit manufacturer.
As an American brand, AccuQuik™ places the highest priority on the quality of our Cytomegalovirus Antibody Test Kit. However, as we look to serve the needs of the developing world, our test kits are manufacturer in India and China-based facilities.

Cytomegalovirus Antibody Test Kit Features


Test: Cytomegalovirus Antibody Test Kit
Specimen: Serum/Plasma
Test Form: Strip, Cassette

Packaging:
  • 1 piece/pouch, 1 pouch/box
  • 1 piece/pouch, 25 pouches/box
  • 1 piece/pouch, 50 pouches/box
  • 1 piece/pouch, 100 pouches/box

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Cytomegalovirus Antibody Test Kit is an indirect fluorescent antibody assay used for the qualitative detection of cytomegalovirus antibodies in the serum or plasma. The test kit is comprised of two basic steps. First, specimen will react with the antigen substrate wherein they will bind to the antigen building antigen-antibody complexes if antibodies are present. In this step, complexes will not be formed without the presence of antibodies. Next, fluorescein-labeled anti-human IgG antibodies are added to the reacting site that binds with the antigen-antibody complex. A colored line will appear on the test kit as the complex is formed, indicating a positive result. No line will appear, indicating a negative result, if no complex is formed.

AccuQuik™ promotes the use of Cytomegalovirus Antibody Test Kit.

Cytomegalovirus Antibody

Available as strip or cassette

 Cytomegalovirus Antibody Test Kit Forms

Cytomegalovirus Antibody Test Kit diagnostic test detects cytomegalovirus antibodies in the serum or plasma using an indirect fluorescent antibody assay. The test kit is comprised of two basic steps. First, specimen will react with the antigen substrate wherein they will bind to the antigen building antigen-antibody complexes if antibodies are present. In this step, complexes will not be formed without the presence of antibodies. Next, fluorescein-labeled anti-human IgG antibodies are added to the reacting site that binds with the antigen-antibody complex. A colored line will appear on the test kit as the complex is formed, indicating a positive result. No line will appear, indicating a negative result, if no complex is formed.

AccuQuik™ promotes the use Cytomegalovirus Antibody Test Kit.

The Disease

General Information

Cytomegalovirus is a common virus in the same family as herpesvirus that usually shows no symptoms or only mild illnesses. Due to its asymptomatic nature, infection of cytomegalovirus often went unnoticed. Mild symptoms that are similar to flu might occur for a few weeks and goes away while the virus remains in the body. However, individuals with compromised or weakened immune systems might activate the virus to cause serious illnesses such as hepatitis, colitis, pneumonia, retinitis or encephalitis. Individuals most at risk for serious complications are those with HIV/AIDS, organ/bone marrow transplant recipients, and chemotherapy patients. A pregnant woman can pass infection to the developing baby, causing physical and developmental problems to the baby, such as hearing/vision problems, pneumonia, seizures and delayed mental development.

Treatments

While there is no specific cure for cytomegalovirus infection, treatments can be provided on case-by-case basis. Healthy adults generally do not need any specific treatment for the infection. In people with immunocompromised conditions such as individuals with AIDS, treatments are usually administered to correct the underlying immune disorders by appropriate medical prescriptions. Other individuals who are susceptible to serious illnesses due to the infection, such as organ transplant recipients, may need treatment to suppress the building infection. The treatment for babies infected will depend on the type of symptoms, as well as its severity. Prevention against cytomegalovirus infection is most important in pregnant women, frequent hand washing and not sharing food, drinks or utensils with other children can also reduce risk of infection as the virus is spread from direct contact of body fluids.

Cytomegalovirus Antibody Test Kit FAQs



Who should take the Cytomegalovirus Antibody Test?
Pregnant women or an immune-compromised person with flu-like symptoms should visit a healthcare professional for possible testing. Individuals about to receive an organ transplant are also recommended to take a test. It is also recommended for a newborn baby who shows congenital abnormalities, unexplained jaundice or anemia, has seizures or developmental problems.
What is the expected duration of the virus?
Healthy adults without problems with the immune system may experience mild symptoms for a few weeks before the virus remains inactive in the body. An immunocompromised individual often needs a lengthy treatment. Disease progression in babies may vary depending on when they are infected. Some babies may die from the infection, some with long-lasting effects, and some may have no long-lasting effects at all.
Where can I buy the Cytomegalovirus Antibody Test kits?
The AccuQuik™ Cytomegalovirus Antibody test kits can be purchased from any local retailer distributing the products. The tests kits can also be provided for distribution following contact with the sales department of AccuQuik™ Test Kit.
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