HPV 23 Subtypes DNA Diagnostic Kit
Human papilloma virus (HPV) is a DNA virus that is an essential causative factor for cervical cancer. Persistent infection, particularly with high-risk HPV (HR-HPV) subtypes, plays a major role in the progression from precancerous cervical lesions to invasive cancer.
PCR-RDB is based on the PCR amplification of a HPV L1 region and reverse dot blot hybridization. PCR products amplified by biotin-labeled primers are hybridized to the 23 specific DNA probes immobilized onto a nylon membrane strip. After the HRP conjugation and color reaction, the blue spots on the strip is used to judge the presence of HPV subtypes.
New era of cervical cancer screening
Preferred alternative of ASCUS
HPV vaccines investigation
Follow-up on cervical lesions and prognosis treatment
Advantages and Features
Easy to use
Time saving (1.5-2.5 hours)
Reliable with high automation
No cross reaction
Rapid detection of 23 HPV subtypes at one test
Urethral secretions, cervical exfoliated cells or verruca cells etc.
Kept at -20±5℃ and avoid repeated freezing-thawing