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INFECTIOUS DISEASE TESTING

Infectious Disease Molecular Assays

Respiratory, diarrheal, and sexually transmitted diseases continue to be leading causes of death worldwide1

WOMEN’S HEALTH

MultiCode®-RTx HSV 1&2 Kit and ARIES® HSV 1&2 Assay* are IVD tests for detection and differentiation of HSV 1&2. Expanding Luminex’s women’s health portfolio is the now FDA Cleared ARIES® GBS Assay.
 
 
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RESPIRATORY DISEASE

Luminex offers qualitative nucleic acid multiplex tests that simultaneously detect and identify multiple respiratory viruses with a single sample using the NxTAG® Respiratory Pathogen Panel, xTAG® Respiratory Viral Panel, or the xTAG® Respiratory Viral Panel FAST v2.
 
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GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE

Laboratories can now simultaneously test for >90% of the bacteria, viruses, and parasites which cause gastroenteritis—all in the same day, with a single test using the xTAG® Gastrointestinal Pathogen Panel.
 
 
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VERIGENE® BLOODSTREAM INFECTION TESTS

Verigene bloodstream tests provide cost-effective bacterial identification and antibiotic resistance determination directly from positive blood culture bottles up to 48 hours faster than conventional methods.
 
Gram-Positive Blood Culture
Gram-Negative Blood Culture

 
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VERIGENE® GASTROINTESTINAL INFECTION TESTS

The Verigene gastrointestinal infection tests require less than five minutes of user hands-on time and deliver comprehensive results directly from a stool sample in less than two hours.
 
 
C. difficile Test
Enteric Pathogens Test

 
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VERIGENE® RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTION TEST

The Verigene respiratory tract infection test provides viral identification information clinicians need to select appropriate treatment for their patients, and can limit misuse and overuse of antibiotics.
 
Respiratory Pathogens Flex

 
 
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  1. (WHO, 2011) http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs310/en/

 

* WARNING: The ARIES® HSV 1&2 Assay is not FDA cleared for use with cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). The assay is not intended to be used for prenatal screening.