Staphylase™ Test Kit
Model: DR0595 A OXIOD
Appearance: Colorless and blue liquid
Quantity: 100 Tests/Kit
Applications: Clinical Microbiology
DR0596, Staphylase Test Reagent is composed of fibrinogen sensitized sheep red blood cells.
DR0597, Staphylase Control Reagent is composed of unsensitized sheep red blood cells.
Storage: temperature 2-8℃, not frozen, use before expiry date.
Note: both reagents contain 0.1% sodium azide as a preservative.
Use this rapid agglutination test for the identification of Staphylococcus aureus by detection of clumping factor. Staphylococcus aureus is characterized by its ability to produce free or bound coagulase (or agglutination factor).There are many methods to detect the appearance of agglutination factors. DR0595A is a passive hemagglutinin assay kit, and DR0850 is more specific.Clumping factor is detected through agglutination of fibrinogen-sensitized sheep red blood cells. The specificity of the reaction is ensured by a simultaneous test with a control reagent (unsensitized sheep red blood cells) when no clumping reaction should be observed. A positive result is obtained if clumping of the test cell suspensions occurs during mixing. This indicates the presence of Staphylococcus aureus.
Included in the kit is a test reagent consisting of rabbit fibrogen-sensitized sheep red blood cells, control reagent consisting of unsensitized sheep red blood cells, and disposable reaction cards.
The kit is simple in configuration, easy to be industrialized in production, sensitive in detection, short in cycle and strong in operability. It is suitable for processing high-throughput samples and can be widely used in food hygiene, environmental monitoring and other fields.
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