Adenovirus Antigen ELISA Kit (DEIAFY103)

Regulatory status: For research use only, not for use in diagnostic procedures.

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2 plate, 5 plate
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Intended Use
The Adenovirus ELISA is an in vitro procedure for the qualitative determination of adenovirus antigen in feces.
Contents of Kit
1. Adenovirus Antigen Capture Plate (96 tests)
2. Sample Preparation Reagent (1X)
3. Adenovirus Positive Control (1X)
4. Adenovirus Negative Control (1X)
5. Wash Buffer (20X)
6. Adenovirus Detection Antibody, Biotin-labeled (1X)
7. Streptavidin-HRP (1X)
8. Chromagen Solution (1X)
9. Stop Solution (1X)
10. Sample Dilution Tray
Store all kit components at 2-8°C. Crystal formation may occur in the wash buffer concentrate during prolonged storage at 2-8°C. The crystals can be re-dissolved by swirling the bottle in warm tap water.


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