Recently, ALLTEST SARS-CoV-2 Antigen Rapid Test (Nasal Swab) product has been clinically tested in the laboratory of Mahidol University in Thailand. In the closed experiment, sensitivity and specificity were measured on 165 samples, including 100 negative samples and 65 positive samples. The results showed a sensitivity of 93.85 and a specificity of 100%. The quality of ALLTEST products is highly recognized by the laboratory of Mahidol University in Thailand.
The laboratory of Mahidol University in Thailand, which was submitted for inspection this time and is one of the testing institutions designated by the Ministry of Health of Thailand to specifically apply for new coronavirus-related mutants and testing kits. It has far-reaching influence and authority in the local area and for product testing also has very strict standards and requirements.
SARS-CoV-2 Antigen Rapid Test (Nasal swab) is a rapid chromatographic immunoassay for the qualitative detection of SARS-CoV-2 nucleocapsid protein antigens present in nasal swab specimen. This test reagent can meet the needs of local medical institutions in Thailand for new coronavirus infections. The need for rapid diagnosis, results can be obtained in 15 minutes, improving the ability and efficiency of new crown detection of medical staff, and providing certain technical support for the scientific and effective prevention and control of the epidemic in Thailand, which reflects that ALLTEST BIOTECH is promoting the international fight against the epidemic. At present, the product has obtained the access qualifications of many countries and regions such as the European Union, Germany, Japan, Italy, Romania, Brazil, the United Kingdom and Malaysia.
Direct Detection (direct virus detection, faster than PCR test)
Fast Detection (detection time is 15 minutes, the results can be obtained quickly)
Simple Operation (convenient operation, no equipment required)
Accurate Results (comparable to PCR test)
Mahidol University: Also known as Mahidol University of Medicine, Mahidol University, it is the first higher education institution in Thailand. It was originally a medical school attached to Sirila Hospital and was established in 1890, changed to a medical university in 1943, renamed Mahidol University in 1969. It is now a comprehensive research university. As of December 2020, Mahidol University has a total of 17 departments, 9 research units, 6 colleges, 6 campuses and 2 affiliated high schools, which is one of the most prestigious universities in Thailand.
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