Alethia™ Pertussis / illumigene Pertussis by Meridian Bioscience

Catalog Number: 280750


Product Description

Molecular assay for the detection of Bordetella pertussis.

This innovative test is a FDA cleared & CE marked stand-alone molecular assay for Bordetella pertussis providing a solution to the unmet need of today's healthcare market.
Alethia / illumigene by Meridian Bioscience provides results in less than 1 hour. Collect, test and treat same day for optimal patient management.

Alethia™ Pertussis / illumigene Pertussis by Meridian Bioscience

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    Product Specification 

    illumigene Catalog #: 280750
    Alethia Catalog #: 480750
    Assay Format: Isothermal Nucleic Acid Amplification Assay
    Kit Size: 50 tests
    Specimen Type: Nasopharyngeal swabs in non-nutritive transport medium (eg, Liquid Amies, without charcoal or Liquid Stuart) or store unpreserved in a sterile tube without medium.
    Sensitivity: 87.8%
    Specificity: 97.8%
    Time to Results (TAT): <1 hour
    Kit Storage Requirements: 2-30°C
    Shelf Life: 18 months
    Manufacturer: Meridian Bioscience, Inc.
    GMDN: N/A
    EDMA: 15.01.90.07
    CE: YES
    FDA: YES
    Availability: European Union
    Other countries: Please Contact Us or visit our Distributor page.


    Customer Reviews

    "We have used the illumipro-10 from Meridian Bioscience since June 2015, on which we perform the analysis of B. pertussis, M. pneumoniae and toxigenic CDIFF by isothermal LAMP. Since this date we have completed around 700 analyses. The instrument is compact, requires hardly any maintenance and the technique is easy to use and rapid. We rarely have invalids. This technique is altogether simple to use, rapid and robust. We are very pleased to use this technology on a daily basis. Thanks to two independent blocks, the illumipro-10 offers a fast response (result) to clinicians and enables two different analyses to be carried out at the same time. The analysis time to obtain a result is less than one hour."

    Frederic Faibis, Praticien Hospitalier, Grand Hospital de L'Est Francilien, Site de Marne La Vallée, France