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    QuantStudio Dx Real Time PCR Instrument
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    The QuantStudio Dx Real Time PCR Instrument with 96 Well Standard Block is a real time PCR platform that delivers the proven performance flexibility expandability and support needed to meet the evolving needs of the clinical laboratory today and tomorrow The QuantStudio Dx Real Time PCR Instrument with 96 Well Standard Block offers easy to change blocks that can also accommodate array cards as well as 96 well fast and 384 well plates allowing you to select the format that is right for your throughput needs Built on a legacy of innovation and excellence in real time PCR the QuantStudio Dx instrument leverages the best of our portfolio of Applied Biosystems real time PCR systems and refines a platform to specifically meet the needs of the diagnostic laboratory Results You Can TrustThe QuantStudio Dx Real Time PCR Instrument s proven performance security and reliability combined with the outstanding sensitivity and specificity of the Quidel Molecular Assays help ensure that the right answer is delivered the first time every time Flexibility You Want Security You NeedThe QuantStudio Dx Real Time PCR Instrument with 96 Well Standard Block is designed with easily interchangeable thermal cycling blocks to accommodate your laboratory s varying needs for throughput format type and assay type In addition to the 96 well standard format the instrument also accepts 96 well fast 384 well and array card formats that can be used for laboratory developed tests LDTs and future IVD assays Additionally the instrument can be operated in Test Development Mode which enables clinical laboratories to develop their own assays or perform clinical research Efficient Workflows and AssaysA simplified instrument and assay workflow as well as intuitive software make the entire test easy and efficient from processing to reporting Plus it frees up highly trained operators to perform more complex tasks QuantStudio Dx Software• Track reagent and patient information for quality control purposes• Enter reagent information by barcode and upload patient information from Excel files to minimize data entry errors• Print calibration and maintenance reports for your instrument records• Included SAE module assists with Security Auditing and Electronic signature of records for full data traceability as part of 21 CRF Part 11 complianceFor In Vitro Diagnostic Use The QuantStudio Dx Real Time PCR Instrument meets the requirements of the in vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices Directive 98 79 EC The CE IVD registered QuantStudio Dx Real Time PCR Instrument is for distribution and use in specific countries only Not available for sale in the United States
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    Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in serum and urine. a Normal human serum or b urine pooled from healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD), and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicates of each dilution were extracted using the small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and were tested with the Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument. The same serum ( c ) and urine ( d ) dilutions were tested on the <t>QuantStudio</t> Dx instrument. Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)
    The QuantStudio Dx Real Time PCR Instrument with 96 Well Standard Block is a real time PCR platform that delivers the proven performance flexibility expandability and support needed to meet the evolving needs of the clinical laboratory today and tomorrow The QuantStudio Dx Real Time PCR Instrument with 96 Well Standard Block offers easy to change blocks that can also accommodate array cards as well as 96 well fast and 384 well plates allowing you to select the format that is right for your throughput needs Built on a legacy of innovation and excellence in real time PCR the QuantStudio Dx instrument leverages the best of our portfolio of Applied Biosystems real time PCR systems and refines a platform to specifically meet the needs of the diagnostic laboratory Results You Can TrustThe QuantStudio Dx Real Time PCR Instrument s proven performance security and reliability combined with the outstanding sensitivity and specificity of the Quidel Molecular Assays help ensure that the right answer is delivered the first time every time Flexibility You Want Security You NeedThe QuantStudio Dx Real Time PCR Instrument with 96 Well Standard Block is designed with easily interchangeable thermal cycling blocks to accommodate your laboratory s varying needs for throughput format type and assay type In addition to the 96 well standard format the instrument also accepts 96 well fast 384 well and array card formats that can be used for laboratory developed tests LDTs and future IVD assays Additionally the instrument can be operated in Test Development Mode which enables clinical laboratories to develop their own assays or perform clinical research Efficient Workflows and AssaysA simplified instrument and assay workflow as well as intuitive software make the entire test easy and efficient from processing to reporting Plus it frees up highly trained operators to perform more complex tasks QuantStudio Dx Software• Track reagent and patient information for quality control purposes• Enter reagent information by barcode and upload patient information from Excel files to minimize data entry errors• Print calibration and maintenance reports for your instrument records• Included SAE module assists with Security Auditing and Electronic signature of records for full data traceability as part of 21 CRF Part 11 complianceFor In Vitro Diagnostic Use The QuantStudio Dx Real Time PCR Instrument meets the requirements of the in vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices Directive 98 79 EC The CE IVD registered QuantStudio Dx Real Time PCR Instrument is for distribution and use in specific countries only Not available for sale in the United States
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    1) Product Images from "Performance of the Trioplex real-time RT-PCR assay for detection of Zika, dengue, and chikungunya viruses"

    Article Title: Performance of the Trioplex real-time RT-PCR assay for detection of Zika, dengue, and chikungunya viruses

    Journal: Nature Communications

    doi: 10.1038/s41467-018-03772-1

    Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in serum and urine. a Normal human serum or b urine pooled from healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD), and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicates of each dilution were extracted using the small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and were tested with the Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument. The same serum ( c ) and urine ( d ) dilutions were tested on the QuantStudio Dx instrument. Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)
    Figure Legend Snippet: Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in serum and urine. a Normal human serum or b urine pooled from healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD), and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicates of each dilution were extracted using the small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and were tested with the Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument. The same serum ( c ) and urine ( d ) dilutions were tested on the QuantStudio Dx instrument. Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)

    Techniques Used: RNA Extraction, Standard Deviation

    Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in whole blood (EDTA). A pool of whole blood donated by healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD) and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicas of every dilution were extracted using small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and tested with Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument ( a ) or in the QuantStudio Dx instrument ( b ). Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)
    Figure Legend Snippet: Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in whole blood (EDTA). A pool of whole blood donated by healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD) and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicas of every dilution were extracted using small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and tested with Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument ( a ) or in the QuantStudio Dx instrument ( b ). Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)

    Techniques Used: RNA Extraction, Standard Deviation

    2) Product Images from "Performance of the Trioplex real-time RT-PCR assay for detection of Zika, dengue, and chikungunya viruses"

    Article Title: Performance of the Trioplex real-time RT-PCR assay for detection of Zika, dengue, and chikungunya viruses

    Journal: Nature Communications

    doi: 10.1038/s41467-018-03772-1

    Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in serum and urine. a Normal human serum or b urine pooled from healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD), and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicates of each dilution were extracted using the small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and were tested with the Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument. The same serum ( c ) and urine ( d ) dilutions were tested on the QuantStudio Dx instrument. Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)
    Figure Legend Snippet: Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in serum and urine. a Normal human serum or b urine pooled from healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD), and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicates of each dilution were extracted using the small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and were tested with the Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument. The same serum ( c ) and urine ( d ) dilutions were tested on the QuantStudio Dx instrument. Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)

    Techniques Used: RNA Extraction, Standard Deviation

    Analytical performance comparison between Trioplex assay multiplex and the ZIKV singleplex format assay using small volume and large volume RNA extraction. Normal human serum or urine was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD), and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicates of every dilution were extracted using the MagNA Pure 96 instrument (Roche) and tested by Trioplex assay multiplex or ZIKV singleplex format assay on the ABI 7500 Fast Dx or the QuantStudio Dx instruments. a Compares the mean genome copy equivalents per PCR reaction (GCE/rxn) of viral RNA extracted from serum at each dilution on the ABI 7500 Fast Dx instrument. A linear regression was plotted for multiplex with small volume protocol (Sv) (0.2 mL) (black straight line), singleplex assay with small volume protocol (gray straight line), multiplex with large volume protocol (Lv) (1 mL) (black dashed line). and singleplex assay with large volume protocol (gray dashed line). b Compares the mean genome copy equivalents per PCR reaction (GCE/rxn) of viral RNA extracted from serum or urine at each dilution on the QuantStudio Dx instrument. A linear regression was plotted for multiplex with small volume protocol serum (Sv) (black straight line), multiplex with large volume protocol serum (Lv) (gray straight line), multiplex with small volume protocol urine (Lv) (black dashed line), and multiplex with large volume protocol urine (gray dashed line). Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. The CT values for every dilution replicate in serum tested was plotted for c small volume and d large volume extractions
    Figure Legend Snippet: Analytical performance comparison between Trioplex assay multiplex and the ZIKV singleplex format assay using small volume and large volume RNA extraction. Normal human serum or urine was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD), and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicates of every dilution were extracted using the MagNA Pure 96 instrument (Roche) and tested by Trioplex assay multiplex or ZIKV singleplex format assay on the ABI 7500 Fast Dx or the QuantStudio Dx instruments. a Compares the mean genome copy equivalents per PCR reaction (GCE/rxn) of viral RNA extracted from serum at each dilution on the ABI 7500 Fast Dx instrument. A linear regression was plotted for multiplex with small volume protocol (Sv) (0.2 mL) (black straight line), singleplex assay with small volume protocol (gray straight line), multiplex with large volume protocol (Lv) (1 mL) (black dashed line). and singleplex assay with large volume protocol (gray dashed line). b Compares the mean genome copy equivalents per PCR reaction (GCE/rxn) of viral RNA extracted from serum or urine at each dilution on the QuantStudio Dx instrument. A linear regression was plotted for multiplex with small volume protocol serum (Sv) (black straight line), multiplex with large volume protocol serum (Lv) (gray straight line), multiplex with small volume protocol urine (Lv) (black dashed line), and multiplex with large volume protocol urine (gray dashed line). Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. The CT values for every dilution replicate in serum tested was plotted for c small volume and d large volume extractions

    Techniques Used: Multiplex Assay, RNA Extraction, Polymerase Chain Reaction, Singleplex Assay, Standard Deviation

    Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in whole blood (EDTA). A pool of whole blood donated by healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD) and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicas of every dilution were extracted using small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and tested with Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument ( a ) or in the QuantStudio Dx instrument ( b ). Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)
    Figure Legend Snippet: Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in whole blood (EDTA). A pool of whole blood donated by healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD) and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicas of every dilution were extracted using small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and tested with Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument ( a ) or in the QuantStudio Dx instrument ( b ). Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)

    Techniques Used: RNA Extraction, Standard Deviation

    3) Product Images from "Performance of the Trioplex real-time RT-PCR assay for detection of Zika, dengue, and chikungunya viruses"

    Article Title: Performance of the Trioplex real-time RT-PCR assay for detection of Zika, dengue, and chikungunya viruses

    Journal: Nature Communications

    doi: 10.1038/s41467-018-03772-1

    Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in serum and urine. a Normal human serum or b urine pooled from healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD), and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicates of each dilution were extracted using the small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and were tested with the Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument. The same serum ( c ) and urine ( d ) dilutions were tested on the QuantStudio Dx instrument. Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)
    Figure Legend Snippet: Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in serum and urine. a Normal human serum or b urine pooled from healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD), and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicates of each dilution were extracted using the small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and were tested with the Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument. The same serum ( c ) and urine ( d ) dilutions were tested on the QuantStudio Dx instrument. Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)

    Techniques Used: RNA Extraction, Standard Deviation

    Analytical performance comparison between Trioplex assay multiplex and the ZIKV singleplex format assay using small volume and large volume RNA extraction. Normal human serum or urine was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD), and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicates of every dilution were extracted using the MagNA Pure 96 instrument (Roche) and tested by Trioplex assay multiplex or ZIKV singleplex format assay on the ABI 7500 Fast Dx or the QuantStudio Dx instruments. a Compares the mean genome copy equivalents per PCR reaction (GCE/rxn) of viral RNA extracted from serum at each dilution on the ABI 7500 Fast Dx instrument. A linear regression was plotted for multiplex with small volume protocol (Sv) (0.2 mL) (black straight line), singleplex assay with small volume protocol (gray straight line), multiplex with large volume protocol (Lv) (1 mL) (black dashed line). and singleplex assay with large volume protocol (gray dashed line). b Compares the mean genome copy equivalents per PCR reaction (GCE/rxn) of viral RNA extracted from serum or urine at each dilution on the QuantStudio Dx instrument. A linear regression was plotted for multiplex with small volume protocol serum (Sv) (black straight line), multiplex with large volume protocol serum (Lv) (gray straight line), multiplex with small volume protocol urine (Lv) (black dashed line), and multiplex with large volume protocol urine (gray dashed line). Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. The CT values for every dilution replicate in serum tested was plotted for c small volume and d large volume extractions
    Figure Legend Snippet: Analytical performance comparison between Trioplex assay multiplex and the ZIKV singleplex format assay using small volume and large volume RNA extraction. Normal human serum or urine was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD), and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicates of every dilution were extracted using the MagNA Pure 96 instrument (Roche) and tested by Trioplex assay multiplex or ZIKV singleplex format assay on the ABI 7500 Fast Dx or the QuantStudio Dx instruments. a Compares the mean genome copy equivalents per PCR reaction (GCE/rxn) of viral RNA extracted from serum at each dilution on the ABI 7500 Fast Dx instrument. A linear regression was plotted for multiplex with small volume protocol (Sv) (0.2 mL) (black straight line), singleplex assay with small volume protocol (gray straight line), multiplex with large volume protocol (Lv) (1 mL) (black dashed line). and singleplex assay with large volume protocol (gray dashed line). b Compares the mean genome copy equivalents per PCR reaction (GCE/rxn) of viral RNA extracted from serum or urine at each dilution on the QuantStudio Dx instrument. A linear regression was plotted for multiplex with small volume protocol serum (Sv) (black straight line), multiplex with large volume protocol serum (Lv) (gray straight line), multiplex with small volume protocol urine (Lv) (black dashed line), and multiplex with large volume protocol urine (gray dashed line). Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. The CT values for every dilution replicate in serum tested was plotted for c small volume and d large volume extractions

    Techniques Used: Multiplex Assay, RNA Extraction, Polymerase Chain Reaction, Singleplex Assay, Standard Deviation

    Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in whole blood (EDTA). A pool of whole blood donated by healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD) and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicas of every dilution were extracted using small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and tested with Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument ( a ) or in the QuantStudio Dx instrument ( b ). Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)
    Figure Legend Snippet: Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in whole blood (EDTA). A pool of whole blood donated by healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD) and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicas of every dilution were extracted using small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and tested with Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument ( a ) or in the QuantStudio Dx instrument ( b ). Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)

    Techniques Used: RNA Extraction, Standard Deviation

    4) Product Images from "Performance of the Trioplex real-time RT-PCR assay for detection of Zika, dengue, and chikungunya viruses"

    Article Title: Performance of the Trioplex real-time RT-PCR assay for detection of Zika, dengue, and chikungunya viruses

    Journal: Nature Communications

    doi: 10.1038/s41467-018-03772-1

    Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in serum and urine. a Normal human serum or b urine pooled from healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD), and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicates of each dilution were extracted using the small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and were tested with the Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument. The same serum ( c ) and urine ( d ) dilutions were tested on the QuantStudio Dx instrument. Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)
    Figure Legend Snippet: Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in serum and urine. a Normal human serum or b urine pooled from healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD), and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicates of each dilution were extracted using the small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and were tested with the Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument. The same serum ( c ) and urine ( d ) dilutions were tested on the QuantStudio Dx instrument. Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)

    Techniques Used: RNA Extraction, Standard Deviation

    Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in whole blood (EDTA). A pool of whole blood donated by healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD) and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicas of every dilution were extracted using small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and tested with Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument ( a ) or in the QuantStudio Dx instrument ( b ). Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)
    Figure Legend Snippet: Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in whole blood (EDTA). A pool of whole blood donated by healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD) and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicas of every dilution were extracted using small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and tested with Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument ( a ) or in the QuantStudio Dx instrument ( b ). Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)

    Techniques Used: RNA Extraction, Standard Deviation

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    Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in serum and urine. a Normal human serum or b urine pooled from healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD), and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicates of each dilution were extracted using the small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and were tested with the Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument. The same serum ( c ) and urine ( d ) dilutions were tested on the <t>QuantStudio</t> Dx instrument. Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)
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    Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in serum and urine. a Normal human serum or b urine pooled from healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD), and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicates of each dilution were extracted using the small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and were tested with the Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument. The same serum ( c ) and urine ( d ) dilutions were tested on the QuantStudio Dx instrument. Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)

    Journal: Nature Communications

    Article Title: Performance of the Trioplex real-time RT-PCR assay for detection of Zika, dengue, and chikungunya viruses

    doi: 10.1038/s41467-018-03772-1

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in serum and urine. a Normal human serum or b urine pooled from healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD), and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicates of each dilution were extracted using the small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and were tested with the Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument. The same serum ( c ) and urine ( d ) dilutions were tested on the QuantStudio Dx instrument. Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)

    Article Snippet: Standard curves were generated and tested with the Trioplex real-time RT-PCR assay on each qPCR instrument, ABI 7500 Fast Dx (ThermoFisher), and QuantStudio Dx (ThermoFisher).

    Techniques: RNA Extraction, Standard Deviation

    Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in whole blood (EDTA). A pool of whole blood donated by healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD) and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicas of every dilution were extracted using small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and tested with Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument ( a ) or in the QuantStudio Dx instrument ( b ). Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)

    Journal: Nature Communications

    Article Title: Performance of the Trioplex real-time RT-PCR assay for detection of Zika, dengue, and chikungunya viruses

    doi: 10.1038/s41467-018-03772-1

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in whole blood (EDTA). A pool of whole blood donated by healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD) and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicas of every dilution were extracted using small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and tested with Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument ( a ) or in the QuantStudio Dx instrument ( b ). Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)

    Article Snippet: Standard curves were generated and tested with the Trioplex real-time RT-PCR assay on each qPCR instrument, ABI 7500 Fast Dx (ThermoFisher), and QuantStudio Dx (ThermoFisher).

    Techniques: RNA Extraction, Standard Deviation

    Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in serum and urine. a Normal human serum or b urine pooled from healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD), and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicates of each dilution were extracted using the small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and were tested with the Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument. The same serum ( c ) and urine ( d ) dilutions were tested on the QuantStudio Dx instrument. Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)

    Journal: Nature Communications

    Article Title: Performance of the Trioplex real-time RT-PCR assay for detection of Zika, dengue, and chikungunya viruses

    doi: 10.1038/s41467-018-03772-1

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in serum and urine. a Normal human serum or b urine pooled from healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD), and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicates of each dilution were extracted using the small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and were tested with the Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument. The same serum ( c ) and urine ( d ) dilutions were tested on the QuantStudio Dx instrument. Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)

    Article Snippet: The fluorophore-labeled hydrolysis probes bind to the amplified DNA target fragment and the intensity of the fluorescent signal is captured by a real-time PCR instrument: (ABI 7500 fast Dx (ThermoFisher) or QuantStudio Dx (ThermoFisher)).

    Techniques: RNA Extraction, Standard Deviation

    Analytical performance comparison between Trioplex assay multiplex and the ZIKV singleplex format assay using small volume and large volume RNA extraction. Normal human serum or urine was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD), and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicates of every dilution were extracted using the MagNA Pure 96 instrument (Roche) and tested by Trioplex assay multiplex or ZIKV singleplex format assay on the ABI 7500 Fast Dx or the QuantStudio Dx instruments. a Compares the mean genome copy equivalents per PCR reaction (GCE/rxn) of viral RNA extracted from serum at each dilution on the ABI 7500 Fast Dx instrument. A linear regression was plotted for multiplex with small volume protocol (Sv) (0.2 mL) (black straight line), singleplex assay with small volume protocol (gray straight line), multiplex with large volume protocol (Lv) (1 mL) (black dashed line). and singleplex assay with large volume protocol (gray dashed line). b Compares the mean genome copy equivalents per PCR reaction (GCE/rxn) of viral RNA extracted from serum or urine at each dilution on the QuantStudio Dx instrument. A linear regression was plotted for multiplex with small volume protocol serum (Sv) (black straight line), multiplex with large volume protocol serum (Lv) (gray straight line), multiplex with small volume protocol urine (Lv) (black dashed line), and multiplex with large volume protocol urine (gray dashed line). Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. The CT values for every dilution replicate in serum tested was plotted for c small volume and d large volume extractions

    Journal: Nature Communications

    Article Title: Performance of the Trioplex real-time RT-PCR assay for detection of Zika, dengue, and chikungunya viruses

    doi: 10.1038/s41467-018-03772-1

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Analytical performance comparison between Trioplex assay multiplex and the ZIKV singleplex format assay using small volume and large volume RNA extraction. Normal human serum or urine was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD), and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicates of every dilution were extracted using the MagNA Pure 96 instrument (Roche) and tested by Trioplex assay multiplex or ZIKV singleplex format assay on the ABI 7500 Fast Dx or the QuantStudio Dx instruments. a Compares the mean genome copy equivalents per PCR reaction (GCE/rxn) of viral RNA extracted from serum at each dilution on the ABI 7500 Fast Dx instrument. A linear regression was plotted for multiplex with small volume protocol (Sv) (0.2 mL) (black straight line), singleplex assay with small volume protocol (gray straight line), multiplex with large volume protocol (Lv) (1 mL) (black dashed line). and singleplex assay with large volume protocol (gray dashed line). b Compares the mean genome copy equivalents per PCR reaction (GCE/rxn) of viral RNA extracted from serum or urine at each dilution on the QuantStudio Dx instrument. A linear regression was plotted for multiplex with small volume protocol serum (Sv) (black straight line), multiplex with large volume protocol serum (Lv) (gray straight line), multiplex with small volume protocol urine (Lv) (black dashed line), and multiplex with large volume protocol urine (gray dashed line). Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. The CT values for every dilution replicate in serum tested was plotted for c small volume and d large volume extractions

    Article Snippet: The fluorophore-labeled hydrolysis probes bind to the amplified DNA target fragment and the intensity of the fluorescent signal is captured by a real-time PCR instrument: (ABI 7500 fast Dx (ThermoFisher) or QuantStudio Dx (ThermoFisher)).

    Techniques: Multiplex Assay, RNA Extraction, Polymerase Chain Reaction, Singleplex Assay, Standard Deviation

    Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in whole blood (EDTA). A pool of whole blood donated by healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD) and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicas of every dilution were extracted using small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and tested with Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument ( a ) or in the QuantStudio Dx instrument ( b ). Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)

    Journal: Nature Communications

    Article Title: Performance of the Trioplex real-time RT-PCR assay for detection of Zika, dengue, and chikungunya viruses

    doi: 10.1038/s41467-018-03772-1

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Analytical performance comparison between MP96 and LC 2.0 RNA extraction platforms in whole blood (EDTA). A pool of whole blood donated by healthy donors was contrived with ZIKV at a dilution of 1:10 before the limit of detection (1:10 BLoD), at the limit of detection (LoD) and at 1:10 after the limit of detection (1:10 ALoD). Twenty replicas of every dilution were extracted using small volume protocol (0.2 mL) and tested with Trioplex assay on the ABI7500 Fast Dx instrument ( a ) or in the QuantStudio Dx instrument ( b ). Mean genome copy equivalents per milliliter (GCE/mL) of viral RNA detected are displayed at each dilution. Error bars represent GCE/mL standard deviation. Straight line represents linear regression of MP96 platform (Roche). Dashed line represents linear regression of LC 2.0 platform (Roche)

    Article Snippet: The fluorophore-labeled hydrolysis probes bind to the amplified DNA target fragment and the intensity of the fluorescent signal is captured by a real-time PCR instrument: (ABI 7500 fast Dx (ThermoFisher) or QuantStudio Dx (ThermoFisher)).

    Techniques: RNA Extraction, Standard Deviation