Hepatitis B Core Antibody Rapid Detection Kit

The HBcAb One Step Test Device is a rapid, one step test for the qualitative detection of Hepatitis B core Antibody (HBcAb) in serum or plasma.

Chronic hepatitis B is a serious, debilitating illness that can cause cirrhosis of the liver, liver cancer and death. Chronic hepatitis B is the main cause of liver cancer and the tenth leading cause of death worldwide, with 400,000,000 people infected with the virus. Every year, one million people worldwide are expected to die from this infection.

Most people fight off the infection themselves, but approximately 5 - 10 percent of those infected with the virus become carriers, and an additional 5 - 10 percent of those infected each year will progress to chronic liver disease, cirrhosis and possibly liver cancer.

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Features

  • Two band results for simple interpretation

  • Room temperature storage or refrigerated (2-30⁰C)

  • Internal control included

  • Reagents included

Specifications

  • Cut-off(s): See ordering information below

  • Sensitivity: 96.3%

  • Specificity: 96.8%

  • Specimen: Serum, Plasma

  • Time to Results: 15 minutes

  • Shelf Life: 24 months from the date of manufacture

Ordering Information

ITEM CODE
DESCRIPTION
FORMAT
SPECIMEN
UOM
GCHBcb-302a
Hepatitis B Core Rapid Test: 2 NCU
Cassette
Serum/Plasma
25 Tests/Kit
GCHBcb-302b
Hepatitis B Core Rapid Test: 8 NCU
Cassette
Serum/Plasma
25 Tests/Kit

Sources:

1. Chizzali-Bonfadin C., Addlassnig K.P., Kreihsl M., Hatvan A., Horak W., Knowledge-based interpretation of serologic tests for hepatitis on the World Wide Web. Clin Perform Qual Health Care 1997 Apr-Jun 5:61-3

2. Bog F., ten Kate F.J., Cuypers H.T., Leentvaar KuipersA., Oosting J., Wertheim-van Dillen P.M., Honkoop P, Rasch M.C., de Man R.A., vab Hattum J., Chamelueau R.A., Reesink H.W., Jones E.A., Relation between laboratory results and histological hepatitis activity in individuals positive for hepatitis B surface antigen and antibodies to hepatitis B e antigen, Lancet 1998 June 351:1914-8