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Serology
Issue 27  |   May 2016
ESL Biosciences, in partnership with Euroimmun AG, offer the most comprehensive range of diagnostic products for infectious serology
EUROBlotOne

Unique automation solution for the immunoblot work station

Euroimmun is a compact tabletop device for the complete processing of immunoblots.  The system performs the identification and dilution of samples and all incubation and washing steps.  Incubated strips are automatically photographed and then evaluated by the EUROLineScan program.  EUROLineScan can be easily connected bidirectionally to your LIS or to EUROLabOffice.

Fully automated system: processing of entire immunoblot procedure - from sample identification to end results.
Security: integrated barcode identification ensures that the correct samples are pipetted, with bidirectional communication.
High walkaway capacity: up to 44 samples per run.
Flexibility: autoimmune, infectious, and allergy diagnostics on one device, processing of many innovative multiparameter tests, combination of autoimmune and infectious assay in one run possible.
Simplification of routine: user-friendly software and hardware, with minimal maintenance required.
Reliability: automated evaluation using the worldwide established and user friendly EUROLineScan software.
All you need from a single source: one contact partner for complete service and support for tests, instruments, and software.
Digitalisation of incubated blot strips: this occurs using a monochromatic CCD camera. Each strip is digitally stored individually, and photo files are named with worklist and sample IDs.  

Immunoblot Tests
Euroimmun's TORCH Immunoblot test offers multiplex detection of IgG/IgM antibodies against different TORCH antigens.

The investigation of antibodies against various infectious agents during pregnancy allows early diagnosis of diseases, as well as monitoring of immunity against a pathogenesis that might harm the unborn child.

The term TORCH includes all infectious agents that can cause malformation to the foetus. These are Toxoplasma gondii, rubella virus, cytomegalovirus (CMV), and herpes simplex virus (HSV).

Today, the determination of antibodies against TORCH parameters are an essential part of pre-, peri-, and post-natal care. The diagnostic procedure depends on the patient history, special risk factors, and national regulations. The tests are generally performed during the first trimester of pregnancy, but may also be carried out on a newborn.

Click here to view Immunoblot information on Euroimmun's website. They offer a large, modern, and comprehensive range of Immunoblots.
Watch this video to view the EUROBlotOne and its associated software in action
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