The Chagas IgG Antibody Test Kit (Immunochromatographic Assay) is a lateral flow chromatographic immunoassay for the qualitative detection of IgG anti-Trypanosoma cruzi (T. cruzi) in human serum, plasma or whole blood. It is intended to be used as a screening test and as an aid in the diagnosis of infection with T. crazy.
The Chagas IgG Antibody Test Kit is a lateral flow chromatographic immunoassay based on the principle of indirect immunoassay. A coloured conjugate pad containing Protein conjugated with colloid gold (Protein conjugates)；A nitrocellulose membrane strip containing a test band (T band) and a control band (C band). The T band is pre-coated with recombinant T. cruzi antigens, and the C band is precoated with antiProtein antibodies.
|Test Cassette||1 test||5 tests||25 tests|
|Buffer||1 bottle||5 bottles||25 bottles|
|Dropper||1 piece||5 pcs||25 pcs|
|Specimen Transport Bag||1 piece||5 pcs||25 pcs|
|Disposable Lancet||1 piece||5 pcs||25 pcs|
|Instructions for Use||1 piece||1 piece||1 piece|
|Certificate of Conformity||1 piece||1 piece||1 piece|
Step 1: Sampling
Collect human Serum/Plasma/Whole blood properly.
Step 2: Testing
1. Remove an extraction tube from the kit and a test box from the film bag by tearing the notch. Put them on the horizontal plane.
2. Open the inspection card aluminum foil bag. Remove the test card and place it horizontally on a table.
3. Use a disposable pipette, transfer 40μL serum/or plasma/or 40μ L whole blood into the sample well on the test cassette.
3. Open the buffer tube by twisting off the top. Put 3 drops (about 80 μL) of buffer into the assay diluent well round shaped. Start counting.
Step 3: Reading
15 mins later, read the results visually. (Note: do NOT read the results after 10 mins!)
If both the quality control C line and the detection T line appear, and the result is positive for Chagas Antibody.
2. Negative Result
If only the quality control C line appears and the detection T line does not show color, it indicates that there is no Chagas Antibody in the specimen.
3. Invalid Result
No visible colored band appears at control line after performing the test. Insufficient sample volume or incorrect procedural techniques are the most likely reasons for control line failure. Review the test procedure and repeat the test using a new test device.
|Product Name||Cat. No||Size||Specimen||Shelf Life||Trans. & Sto. Temp.|
|Chagas IgG Antibody test kit (Immunochromatographic Assay)||B016C-001||1test/kit||Serum/Plasma/Whole Blood||18 Months||2-30℃ / 36-86℉|