The new test system (IGRA) enables to determine the activity of SARS-CoV-2 reactive T-cells and is helpful in research studies evaluating the cellular immune response to SARS-CoV-2 in the context of infections or vaccination.
*For research use only, not for in vitro diagnostics in the sense of EU Directive 98/79/EC
A new ELISA for the detection of SARS-CoV-2 antigen is available from now on. The laboratory diagnostic product supports acute COVID-19 diagnostics, especially during an outbreak. It enables reliable pathogen detection and is automatable for high-throughput processing.website
On time for the flu season: With the EURORealTime SARS-CoV-2/Influenza A/B EUROIMMUN offers a new combination test for differential diagnostic clarification of symptoms that can be associated with influenza as well as COVID-19.website
A new ELISA for quantitative determination of antibodies against viral S1 antigen is now available: the Anti-SARS-Cov-2 QuantiVac ELISA (IgG). The quantification of antibodies against viral S1 can support the assessment of the individual immune response to SARS-CoV-2 after infection or vaccination.website
The detection of antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 is now also possible in dried capillary blood (dried blood spots – DBS). In addition to the ELISAs (CE-IVD) for determination of IgG antibodies against viral S1 and NCP, EUROIMMUN also offers a suitable CE-marked blood collection set for collection and mailing of dried capillary blood samples. It is suitable either for personal use in a home-use environment, or for blood collection performed by a healthcare professional.website
The EUROArray HPV Test is based on the detection of the viral oncogenes E6/E7, which allows the highest possible sensitivity. Owing to the use of subtype-specific primer systems and probes, the EUROArray HPV Test enables detection and typing of all 30 genital HPV types described so far in one test.more
Faster and more reliable detection of dermatomycosis pathogens.
Dermatomycoses are infections of the skin, hair and nails, which are caused in most cases by dermatophytes, and in rarer cases by yeasts and moulds. Fungal infections of the skin are the most frequently occurring infectious diseases, with a worldwide prevalence of 20% to 25% and high and growing relapse rates.Website
Moulds of the genus Aspergillus are present in the air and soil, but also in biological waste and contaminated foods. Within the genus, which encompasses more than 300 species, some may lead to infections in humans, given the respective predisposition. Here, Aspergillus fumigatus plays an especially important role.more
The diagnosis of acute glomerulonephritis.
The sCD163 ELISA is particularly suited for monitoring patients with diagnosed AAV with renal involvement. Contrary to systemic inflammation markers, the sCD163 level is a specific indicator of renal inflammation and reacts quickly under treatment or in case of fluctuations in the inflammatory activity.more
Detection of 11 sexually transmitted pathogens in one test.
The detection by means of the EUROArray STI - 11 is highly specific and sensitive and offers an enormous time advantage over detection by culturing. Timely detection of these pathogens and subsequent targeted treatment can prevent consequential damage of sexually transmitted diseases (STD), which can lead to severe chronic diseases or infertility.more
Computer-Aided Immunofluorescence Microscopy (CAIFM).
Pattern recognition ANA, ANCA Crithidia, EUROPLUS and transfected cells for individual as well as mixed patterns, including titer designation.