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Measles IgM

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The Measles IgM test is an immunological chemiluminescent (CLIA) test for the quantity determination of the specific IgM class antibodies against the measles virus in serum and plasma (K3-EDTA, heparin sodium and sodium citrate) samples, using IDS automated analyzers.

This dosage is used as a diagnostic aid in the assessment of the immune status of the patient with reference to infection by the measles virus.

  • Complete panel for the detection of the Measles infection (Measles IgG, Measles IgM)
  • Cartridge optimized for laboratory routine testing
  • High specificity and sensitivity of the IgG and IgM kits
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    7. Moss WJ, Global measles elimination. Nat Rev Microbiol. 2006; 4:900–908
    8. Manual for the Laboratory Diagnosis of Measles and Rubella Virus Infection, 2nd edition, August 2007 from the World Health Organization (WHO)

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