Febrile Antigen Testing

Germaine™ Laboratories Francisella Tularensis Antigen

Febrile antigen intended for detection of bacterial agglutinins associated with Francisella Tularensis infection

Germaine™ Laboratories Brucella Abortus Antigen

Febrile Antigens intended for detection of bacterial agglutinins associated with Brucella Abortus infection

Germaine™ Laboratories Brucella Abortus Antisera

For Use as a Positive Control for Brucella Abortus Antigens

Germaine™ Laboratories Febrile Test Controls

For use as positive and negative control for Febrile antigen tests

Germaine™ Laboratories Febrile Antigens For Salmonella O

Febrile Antigens intended for detection of bacterial agglutinins associated with Salmonella O infection

BD Difco™ Francisella tularensis Antigen and Antisera

Febrile Control Antisera are used in agglutination tests in conjunction with Febrile Antigens as positive controls

BD Difco™ Bordetella spp. Antigen and Antisera

Quick reactive Gold standard antisera-typing panels for Bordetella Pertusis antigen and Bordetella Parapertusis antisera

Germaine™ Laboratories Francisella Tularensis Antiserum

Febrile control intended for use as postive control for Francisella Tularensis Antigens

Germaine™ Laboratories Febrile Antigens For Salmonella H

Febrile antigens intended for detection of bacterial agglutinins associated with Salmonella H infection

Germaine™ Laboratories Salmonella H Poly Positive Controls (a,b,c,d)

For use as a positive control for Salmonella H a, b, c, d antigens

Germaine™ Laboratories Febrile Antigens For Proteus OX

Febrile Antigens intended for detection of bacterial agglutinins associated with Proteus OX infection

Germaine™ Laboratories Salmonella O Poly Positive Controls (A,B,C,D)

For use as a positive control for Salmonella O antigens, Groups A, B, C, D

Germaine™ Laboratories Proteus Poly Antiserum

For use as a positive control for Proteus OX2, OX19, OXK antigens

Germaine™ Laboratories Brucella Melitensis Antigen

Febrile Antigens intended for detection of bacterial agglutinins associated with Brucella Melitensis infection

Vela Diagnostics Great Basin Stool Bacterial Pathogens Panel

Produces a definitive result in <2 hours, with less than 1 minute of hands-on time, detecting the most common bacterial causes of gastroenteritis directly from preserved patient stool specimen: C. jejuni and C. coli, Salmonella, Shigella, stx1, stx2, O157 E. coli serotype (if Shiga toxin pos)

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