This instrument captures images of DNA analysis from the DiagCor FTPRO flow-through system and converts them into data. Images are transferred to a server for storage, analysis and reporting. This is a cost-effective way of managing and archiving large volumes of data from DNA-based testing and screening.
This data capture imaging system is compatible with the FTPRO flow-through hybridization device. This device is based on an open platform.
Genotypes 33 HPV subtypes via flow-through hybridization assay from a single specimen. Fast and cost-effective, this is the first HPV test kit with universal probe. The kit obtains 100% proficiency in WHO HPV LabNet study.
Fast, accurate, cost-effective identification of common high risk 16 and 18 HPV types and detects a further 15 high-risk types associated with a high risk of cervical cancer.
Test detects and genotypes tuberculosis variants resistant to rifampicin (RIF) and isoniazid (INH) in liquefied, decontaminated human respiratory specimens.
From a single specimen, this fast and cost-effective flow-through hybridization assay kit detects 11 common STD pathogens.
Array test detects four human DNA mutation sites on a sample. For testing high-risk populations for venous thrombosis and women suffering from recurrent miscarriages.
Kit identifies eight HBV genotypes (A-H) from human serum specimens. It also detects the presence of rare genotypes through universal probe.
Kit identifies six HCV genotypes (1-6), 1a, 1b subtypes and Q80K from human serum specimens. It also detects the presence of rare genotypes through universal probe.
Test detects 22 human beta globin mutations in blood or oral buccal samples. The kit identifies the most relevant mutations in the beta globin genes in the Southeast Asia region.
|Physical dimension||163 mm x 200 mm x 228 mm|
|Power requirement||110-220V (AC) at 50/60 Hz|
|Camera lens||130 Megapixels, 1/2” CMOS : 12mm, F/1.4, manual focus lens|