Vaccine Panels are comprised of donors that were drawn pre and post vaccination delivery. These panels show donors that are negative prior to the vaccination and positive after the vaccination.
Multiple bleeds from an infected donor as the body seroconvert’s against the disease. Longitudinal panels generally span several months of testing data and disease progression.
Verification / Validation Panels are designed to use with assays to determine the absence or presence of antigen, antibody RNA or DNA based upon the intended use of the panel.
Mixed titer panels are designed to challenge the assay sensitivity working range of a particular assay. It can also be used for manufacturing lot release and technician training.
These panels are a collection of samples from disease state individuals collected around the world. These panels can be used to validate the performance of your test against all species and genotypes of a particular infecting organism.
ZeptoMetrix has a comprehensive line of Seroconversion panels for detection of asymptomatic donors infected with HIV, HCV, HBV and EBV. All panels are run on as many different diagnostic kits as possible to measure relevant markers of Seroconversion. All testing is performed by Certified Reference Laboratories and Domestic and International Regulatory Bodies. ZMC Seroconversion panels can be used for diagnostic development or as QC reagents during the manufacture of diagnostic kits.
ZeptoMetrix Corporation and FIND are pleased to announce the first commercially available malaria Plasmodium falciparum culture panels with standard concentrations of histidine rich protein 2 (HRP2).
The ZeptoMetrix Malaria P. falciparum culture panels, which are available in a range of concentrations from six different malaria strains, are intended for use by researchers and test developers to evaluate the performance of malaria rapid diagnostic tests.
HRP2 is the antigen used in most malaria rapid diagnostic tests to detect P. falciparum. By providing a range of standard HRP2 concentrations, including some that are very low, the panel can be used to evaluate the diagnostic sensitivity of currently available malaria tests as well as improved tests that are in development.
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