（Multiplex Fluorescence Polymerase Chain Reaction）
Monkeypox is a disease caused by the monkeypox virus. It is a viral zoonotic disease, meaning that it can spread from animals to humans. It can also spread between people.
Monkeypox is commonly found in central and west Africa where there are tropical rainforests and where animals that may carry the virus typically live. People with monkeypox are occasionally identified in other countries outside of central and west Africa, following travel from regions where monkeypox is endemic.
Symptoms of monkeypox typically include a fever, intense headache, muscle aches, back pain, low energy, swollen lymph nodes and a skin rash or lesions.
The case fatality rate is 1%-10%, and effective protection can be obtained by vaccination.
Since the beginning of May 2022, multiple cases of monkeypox have been detected in several non-endemic countries, and human-to-human transmission has occurred. The virus has a great hidden danger to human health and endangers human life and health. Therefore, the rapid detection of monkeypox virus plays an important role in the prevention and quarantine of monkeypox virus.
|Product Name||Detection method||Pack Size||Instruments Validated|
Detection Kit for
ABI 7500 SLAN-96P
and other fluorescence
1. Skin lesions- the roof or fluid from vesicles and
pustules, and dry crusts;
2. Whole blood or serum;
3. Oropharyngeal swab or Nasopharyngeal swab
Detection of specific gene sequences in monkeypox virus DNA.
High Specificity ：No cross reactivity of the assay was observed with human genome, Variola virus，Vaccinia virus etc.
Fast Results：One-step procedure, results in 70 mins.
Limit of Detection（LoD）：200 copies/ML.
1. Sample Collection
2. Nucleic Acid Extraction
3. Real-time PCR Detection