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Human Papilloma Virus

HPV 16,18 PCR detection Kit

Human papillomavirus (HPV) belongs to the genus of papilloma viruses of the Papovaviridae family and has a definitive biocycle associated with differentiation of keratinocytes. The virus infects only proliferating epithelial cells of the basal layer. Formation of viral particles occurs in the upper layers of the epithelium. Presently over 100 types of HPV are distinguished, with about 30 of them being able to infect the epithelium of a human urogenital tract.

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+2...+8° С

Shelf life

12 months

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HPV QUANT-21 Quantitative REAL-TIME PCR Kit

Human papillomavirus (HPV) belongs to the genus of papilloma viruses of the Papovaviridae family and has a definitive biocycle associated with differentiation of keratinocytes. The virus infects only proliferating epithelial cells of the basal layer. Formation of viral particles occurs in the upper layers of the epithelium. Presently over 100 types of HPV are distinguished, with about 30 of them being able to infect the epithelium of a human urogenital tract.

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Storage requirements

+2…+8° С

Shelf life

6 months

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HPV QUANT-15 Quantitative REAL-TIME PCR Kit

Human papillomavirus (HPV) belongs to the genus of papilloma viruses of the Papovaviridae family and has a definitive biocycle associated with differentiation of keratinocytes. The virus infects only proliferating epithelial cells of the basal layer. Formation of viral particles occurs in the upper layers of the epithelium. Presently over 100 types of HPV are distinguished, with about 30 of them being able to infect the epithelium of a human urogenital tract.

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Storage requirements

+2…+8° С

Shelf life

6 months

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HPV QUANT-4 Quantitative REAL-TIME PCR Kit

Human papillomavirus (HPV) belongs to the genus of papilloma viruses of the Papovaviridae family and has a definitive biocycle associated with differentiation of keratinocytes. The virus infects only proliferating epithelial cells of the basal layer. Formation of viral particles occurs in the upper layers of the epithelium. Presently over 100 types of HPV are distinguished, with about 30 of them being able to infect the epithelium of a human urogenital tract.

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Storage requirements

+2…+8° С

Shelf life

6 months

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