What is it?
Fast, cost-effective HPV screening
Apply this flow-through hybridization assay test kit to a liquid-based cytology cervical specimen and it will identify the presence of high-risk HPV genotypes 16 and 18. It also detects 15 high-risk HPV (human papillomavirus) subtypes.
The HPV subtypes detected by the kit have been associated with a high risk of cervical cancer.
Each consumable assay kit can screen approximately 48 patients.
Used with a compatible instrument, the assay is currently the fastest, most cost-effective method of achieving mid-resolution identification of the target molecule.
Who is it for?
This kit is especially valuable to practitioners responsible for the health of women between the ages of 21 to 65.
It’s also useful for labs conducting research into cervical cancer and HPV.
Why is it different?
Designed for flow-through hybridization, this test is the fastest, most cost-effective method for testing for the common high-risk HPV genotypes 16 and 18.
It also detects HPV high-risk genotypes 31, 33, 35, 39, 45, 51, 52, 53, 56, 58, 59, 66, 68.
Universal probe captures rare subtypes
This is currently the only HPV test kit with universal probe.
Practical – Genotyping and screening from a single test
Fast – Delivers results in approximately 3 hours
Easy – Requires almost no training. Results can be accurately interpreted at a glance
Cost effective – Lowest overall cost in market, and handles small batches
Need to know
This is a consumable assay kit, developed, supplied and supported by DiagCor. It requires a compatible instrument and a meticulous MDx workflow.
- Works with
This state-of-the-art instrument performs fast, accurate DNA hybridization to identify the presence of a target molecule in a flexible sample size. Benefits include high efficiency, accurate results and low cost. The FTPRO is compatible with GenoFlow array kits.
CapturePRO image capture system
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.
FTPRO Auto System is an automatic flow-through hybridization device. This platform adopts the patented flow-through hybridization technology in addition to its automatic operation. Its sophisticated design drastically improves the quality of testing and diagnostic experience.
A key component in medium resolution DNA analysis, this flow-through hybridization device considerably speeds specimen throughput.
What you get
In the box
HPV PCR premix
DNase free water
Service and support
The DiagCor support team includes skilled technicians, engineers and scientists.
Distributor and end-users receive direct training supported by video conferencing
Standard operation procedures explain test execution step-by-step
Experienced technicians will familiarize users with procedures by guiding them through a series of trial tests
DiagCor provides extensive training to end users and distributors that covers
Correct application of the system, including how to deploy in public health programs for best ROI
Practical lab technician training
FTPRO Auto compatible
FTPRO flow-through hybridization device
FTPRO Auto flow-through hybridization device
CapturePRO image capture system (optional)
High speed centrifuge
Based on epidemiology data, the panel covers crucial cervical HPV infections
HPV genotyping 16, 18
Detects high-risk (HR) HPV types 31, 33, 35, 39, 45, 51, 52, 53, 56, 58, 59, 66, 68
Comes with the Universal probe
||48 reactions (PCR kit); 48 reactions (Hybridization kit)
||PCR and flow-through hybridization
|High-risk HPV genotyped
|Detected high-risk HPV
||31, 33, 35, 39, 45, 51, 52, 53, 56, 58, 59, 66, 68
||Liquid-based cytology specimen, eg. ThinPrep® (Hologic) or SUREPATH™ (BD) specimens), cervical brush / swab
||Amplification control (AC); Hybridization control (HC)
||Positive control; negative control
||Up to 48 reactions
||Detection of 15 High Risk HPV types, genotyping of HPV 16 and 18, single and multiple infection