Panbio™ Dengue Early Rapid

The Panbio™ Dengue Early Rapid is a dengue NS1 antigen serum, plasma or whole blood immunochromatographic assay. It is for the qualitative detection of NS1 antigen in serum, plasma or whole blood used as an aid in the clinical laboratory diagnosis of patients with clinical symptoms consistent with dengue fever. The Panbio™ Dengue Early Rapid should be used in conjunction with other dengue serology tests.

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