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News V11 Monlab catalog already available

We are pleased to present Monlab´s new export catalogue. It has been totally re-designed, translated into three languages and updated with new product launches.

In this new version we wanted to transmit all our “Passion” for our work and the laboratory sector. After 35 years serving laboratories, we keep the same enthusiasm of the first day!

We expect you find it a useful  consultation tool.
 

Please remember that we are always at your disposal.  

 

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New Skanflexi® X500

Monlab presents the new version of the Skanflexi® X500 reader which includes test reading and incubation. It is of great help for a rapid and automated analysis. 

It has a new test/strip placement system, which will limit contamination risk and the need of cleaning, in addition to be very user friendly.

SkanFlexi® X500 supports USB printers, barcode scanners and the ability to export results via USB flash drive or wired or wireless network connections.

It is also compatible with our entire catalogue of rapid tests, in individual/multiple cassettes and strips. 

With the SkanFlexi® X500 you are faced with a professional, still very affordable instrument for efficient automated analysis. ASK US!

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One-step immunochromatographic test for the detection of Cryptosporidium, Giardia Lamblia and Entamoeba antigens in stool samples.

Cryptosporidium parvum, Giardia lamblia and Entamoeba histolytica are three of the principal protozoo groups which cause gastro-intestinal infections.

Cryptosporidiosis is a protozoal infection caused by Cryptosporidium parvum in human. Typically, is an acute short-term infection but can become severe and non-resolving in children and immunocompromised individuals such as aids patients. It is may also be asymptomatic. In tropical developing countries, the parasite is often endemic and causes diarrhoea epidemics among children. With immunocompetent patients, the disease manifests itself as self-healing gastroenteritis.

Giardiasis in human is caused by the protozoan parasite Giardia lamblia. This organism is implicated in 25% of the cases of gastrointestinal disease and may be present asymptomatically. Giardia lamblia has become an important cause of chronic diarrhoeas, particularly with the problems in travel medicine.

Entamoeba histolytica is the protozoan parasite responsible for the dysentery and amebiasis. It is the third leading cause of morbidity and mortality due to parasitic disease in humans after malaria and schistosomiasis, and is estimated to be responsible for between 50,000 and 100,000 deaths every year. The disease may manifest itself as an acute, chronic or as an asymptomatic infection.

Traditionally, diagnosis is made by microscopic examination and require experienced technician.

So it is suitable to develop an alternative method, quick and simply to use that does not require the presence of intact organisms (cysts or trophozoites) in the stool sample and detects the three different parasites in a simple measure.

MonlabTest Kit can help you!!

Cryptosporidium parvum, Giardia lamblia Entamoeba histolytica

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Rotavirus, Adenovirus and Norovirus on step

At Monlab we are pleased to present our new one step immunochromatographic test for the simultaneous qualitative detection of Rotavirus, Adenovirus and  Norovirus (GI, GII) in human stool samples.   

Our rapid test is based on the immunological capture of colored microparticles as they pass through a membrane  with specific monoclonal antibodies against Rotavirus, Adenovirus and  Norovirus (GI, GII), in four separate lines.

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