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Vector-Borne Diseases

In the battle against vector-borne diseases, timely and accurate diagnostics are essential for effective intervention. With global travel and trading, it is not only important to watch out for endemic diseases, but imported diseases are vital to track down fast as well. 
In this newsletter we have highlighted a number of familiar and possibly less familiar options for Vector-borne disease diagnostics. Contact us at any time if you have questions about these or any other vector-borne diseases, or to place your order!
DengueAs Dengue cases surge around the world, reliable diagnostics are in high demand. InBios offers several CE marked kits for Dengue, including IgG and IgM ELISA kits and an NS1 Rapid Test.
Contact us for more information.
West Nile VirusWest Nile Virus can cause serious neurological disease with significant case fatality rates. Symptoms of the disease are often non-specific (such as fever, headache and stiff neck), making reliable testing key for an accurate diagnosis.
Diasorin Focus Diagnostics’ West Nile Virus DxSelect™ ELISA serology kits are reliable, CE marked kits that fit your laboratory testing needs. Contact us for details.
TBEV – Tick-Borne EncephalitisTick-borne encephalitis is an endemic disease occurring in certain parts of Europe and Asia, caused by a virus from the Flaviviridae family.
Though TBE patients often only develop mild symptoms, it can also cause meningitis with lasting neurologic effects.
Lyme DiseaseTestline has developed highly senstitive and specific ELISA kits, Immunoblots and Micro-Array kits which are optimized and validated for detection of IgG and IgM antibodies in human serum, plasma, cerebrospinal and synovial fluid.
A unique feature of these kits is that they also contain antigens to exclude cross-reactivity with Treponema pallidum. View the below brochure for more information.

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