VERSANT HBV DNA 1.0 Assay (kPCR)

Highly Sensitive Viral Load Assay for the Atellica MDX 160 Molecular System

VERSANT HBV DNA 1.0 Assay (kPCR)
 
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Perform HBV Viral Load Testing with Greater Efficiency

  • Efficient and reproducible extraction, amplification, and detection of HBV-1 DNA
  • Up to 41 patient samples per run
  • Results in about 4 hours and 30 minutes


Outstanding Assay Performance

  • Quality extraction of nucleic acids ensures accuracy
  • Highly sensitive and specific assay performance provides confidence
  • Outstanding precision across a wide dynamic quantitation range produces reliable results
  • Excellent quantitation of all genotypes (A-H) provides clinicians with the information they need to manage therapy
     


Automated and Flexible Technology

  • Primary-tube sampling supports a variety of tube types and sizes
  • Positive patient sample identification with barcode ID
  • Flexible run sizes with 4 runs per kit over 4 weeks
  • Sample input requirement of 500 μL (with dead volume depending on sample tube size)
     


Robust Assay Design

  • Ultrasensitive kinetic PCR technology
  • Maximum stability and reproducibility with calibrators and controls made from rDNA
  • No contamination monitoring needed due to amplicon contamination control with UNG (Uracil N-glycosylase)
  • Enhanced sensitivity and specificity with BLACK HOLE QUENCHER reagent (Biosearch Technologies)
  • Non-competitive internal control to monitor extraction and PCR efficiency
  • Targets the highly conserved overlapping region within the HBV surface antigen (S) and pol (P) genes
  • Detects all genotypes A-H

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