Analysis

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The panel includes simultaneous detection and identification of SARS-CoV-2, Influenza A+B and Human Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) from respiratory samples.

Cervical cancer is caused by the Human papilloma virus. Certain genotypes of this virus are more often associated with this problem.

Acute intestinal infection is one of the most common causes for hospitalization of patients. The pathogens that cause gastroenteritis are viruses from the groups of Rotaviruses, Noroviruses and Astroviruses.

The test performs a qualitative and quantitative analysis for the detection of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. We detect 3 known genes that are present in the virus RdRp gene, E gene and N gene.

The pathogens of sexually transmitted infections are eliminated after a certain period of time, while others recur, and some remain in the body asymptomatically, allowing the development of sexually transmitted diseases, causing consequences such as inflammation of the urogenital system, infertility, and even development of cancer.

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The panel includes simultaneous detection and identification of SARS-CoV-2, Influenza A+B and Human Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) from respiratory samples.

Cervical cancer is caused by the Human papilloma virus. Certain genotypes of this virus are more often associated with this problem.

Acute intestinal infection is one of the most common causes for hospitalization of patients. The pathogens that cause gastroenteritis are viruses from the groups of Rotaviruses, Noroviruses and Astroviruses.

The test performs a qualitative and quantitative analysis for the detection of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. We detect 3 known genes that are present in the virus RdRp gene, E gene and N gene.

The pathogens of sexually transmitted infections are eliminated after a certain period of time, while others recur, and some remain in the body asymptomatically, allowing the development of sexually transmitted diseases, causing consequences such as inflammation of the urogenital system, infertility, and even development of cancer.

Molecular detection of pathogens