Aspergillus

Indirect immunofluorescence tests

The test is based on the binding of specific antibodies to chicken erythrocytes coated with Aspergillus antigen on slides. Binding is detected through FITC-labelled anti-human IgA, anti-human IgM and anti-human IgG antibodies. Our special coating procedures permit immediate identification, even of non-specific results. FLUORIMMUN-Aspergillus offers a differentiated investigation of the immune response by distinguishing between the immunoglobulin classes IgA, IgM and IgG.

 

Individual reagents for Aspergillus-IFT

Name Description Unit Size Order No.
Anti-human IgA conjugate FITC-labelled, lyophilized for FLUORIMMUN tests for 0,5 ml FI-001
Anti-human IgG conjugate FITC-labelled, lyophilized for FLUORIMMUN tests for 0,5 ml FI-002
Anti-human IgM conjugate FITC-labelled, lyophilized for FLUORIMMUN tests for 0,5 ml FI-003
Mounting media Fluorescence-enhancing for FLUORIMMUN tests 1,5 ml FI-007
Phosphate buffer 20 x concentrated 7,0 ml P-040


Indirect haemagglutination test (IHT) for Aspergillus

The antigen for the indirect haemagglutination test to detect antibodies against Aspergillus species is obtained from Aspergillus fumigatus. This antigen is composed of polysaccharides with several serologically active components. They detect antibodies against cell wall antigens of the fungus. The indirect haemagglutination Aspergillus antigen employs formalinized sheep erythrocytes loaded with Aspergillus antigen. They react with specific serum antibodies and reveal visible, extensive agglutination.

Name Description Unit Size Order No.
IHT antigen Aspergillus fumigatus 5 x 8,0 ml KA-100
Aspergillus control serum positive for Aspergillus fumigatus IHT 5 x 0,1 ml KA-005
Aspergillus control serum negative for Aspergillus fumigatus IHT 5 x 0,1 ml KA-010
Absorption erythrocytes Lyophilized, sheep, for serum adsorption in indirect haemagglutination test 5 x 5,0 ml KH-100
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