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Diagnostic Assay:

Article Title: Evaluation of Four Commercial Multiplex Molecular Tests for the Diagnosis of Acute Respiratory Infections
Article Snippet: Consequently, multiplex molecular detection tests have been increasingly developed in recent years and a number of commercial kits have been proposed to diagnostic microbiology laboratories, which allow the detection of 12 to 33 different pathogens. .. This includes the xTAG Respiratory Viral Panel, Fast or v1, assays (Luminex Molecular Diagnostics, Toronto, Canada); the FilmArray respiratory viral panel assay (BioFire Diagnostics, Salt Lake City, UT); the Fast Track Diagnostics Respiratory Pathogen, 21 or 33, assays (Fast Track Diagnostics, Luxembourg); the CLART PneumoVir (Genomica, Coslada, Spain); the RespiFinder, 19 or SMART 22, assay (Pathofinder, Maastricht, Netherlands); the eSensor Respiratory Viral Panel (GenMark Dx, Carlsbad, CA); the MultiCode-PLx (EraGen Biosciences); the Easyplex respiratory pathogen 12 kit (Ausdiagnostics, Sydney, Australia); the Seeplex RV15 OneStep ACE Detection and Pneumobacter ACE Detection (Seegene Inc., Seoul, South Korea); the Magicplex RV Panel Real-time Test (Seegene Inc); and the ResPlex II Panel v2.0 (Qiagen, Hilden, Germany).

Article Title: A sensitive real-time PCR for detection and subgrouping of human respiratory syncytial virus
Article Snippet: For these reasons, the N gene was chosen as the target of a novel real-time RT-PCR diagnostic tool, to provide quantitative viral load analysis and discrimination between RSV A and B within a single assay. .. The quantitative assay was compared to a commercial conventional multiplex PCR method (Seeplex™ RV detection kit, Seegene, Inc., Seoul, Korea) ( ) using 264 respiratory samples from a study ( ) on acute respiratory infection in children at the Hospital for Tropical Diseases, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Electrophoresis:

Article Title: Comparative Evaluation of Six Commercialized Multiplex PCR Kits for the Diagnosis of Respiratory Infections
Article Snippet: Kit B corresponds to the Seeplex® RV15 OneStep ACE Detection and Pneumobacter ACE Detection (Seegene Inc., Seoul, South Korea); a GeneAmp® PCR system 9700 (Applied Biosystems) was used for amplification and the size of PCR products was read on a TapeStation after electrophoresis using ScreenTape. .. Kit C corresponds to the Magicplex RV Panel Real-time Test (Seegene Inc); the amplification was performed using GeneAmp® PCR system 9700 (Applied Biosystems) and the detection of PCR products was done on ABI7500 (Applied Biosystems).

Multiplex Assay:

Article Title: Comparative Evaluation of Six Commercialized Multiplex PCR Kits for the Diagnosis of Respiratory Infections
Article Snippet: Presentation of the Kits used in this Study Six kits based on multiplex detection of respiratory viruses or atypical bacteria and available in the French market in 2011 were tested. .. Kit C corresponds to the Magicplex RV Panel Real-time Test (Seegene Inc); the amplification was performed using GeneAmp® PCR system 9700 (Applied Biosystems) and the detection of PCR products was done on ABI7500 (Applied Biosystems).

Article Title: Evaluation of Four Commercial Multiplex Molecular Tests for the Diagnosis of Acute Respiratory Infections
Article Snippet: Consequently, multiplex molecular detection tests have been increasingly developed in recent years and a number of commercial kits have been proposed to diagnostic microbiology laboratories, which allow the detection of 12 to 33 different pathogens. .. This includes the xTAG Respiratory Viral Panel, Fast or v1, assays (Luminex Molecular Diagnostics, Toronto, Canada); the FilmArray respiratory viral panel assay (BioFire Diagnostics, Salt Lake City, UT); the Fast Track Diagnostics Respiratory Pathogen, 21 or 33, assays (Fast Track Diagnostics, Luxembourg); the CLART PneumoVir (Genomica, Coslada, Spain); the RespiFinder, 19 or SMART 22, assay (Pathofinder, Maastricht, Netherlands); the eSensor Respiratory Viral Panel (GenMark Dx, Carlsbad, CA); the MultiCode-PLx (EraGen Biosciences); the Easyplex respiratory pathogen 12 kit (Ausdiagnostics, Sydney, Australia); the Seeplex RV15 OneStep ACE Detection and Pneumobacter ACE Detection (Seegene Inc., Seoul, South Korea); the Magicplex RV Panel Real-time Test (Seegene Inc); and the ResPlex II Panel v2.0 (Qiagen, Hilden, Germany).

Article Title: A sensitive real-time PCR for detection and subgrouping of human respiratory syncytial virus
Article Snippet: .. 3.2 Seeplex™ RV detection kit vs. RSV LNA real-time RT-PCR Among 264 samples, the assay detected significantly more RSV positives than the multiplex Seeplex kit (84/264 [31.8%] vs 64/264 [24.2%], p -value McNemar test < 0.001). .. The additional 20 samples positive by the RSV LNA assay were confirmed using an RSV G gene RT-PCR ( ).

Article Title: A sensitive real-time PCR for detection and subgrouping of human respiratory syncytial virus
Article Snippet: .. The quantitative assay was compared to a commercial conventional multiplex PCR method (Seeplex™ RV detection kit, Seegene, Inc., Seoul, Korea) ( ) using 264 respiratory samples from a study ( ) on acute respiratory infection in children at the Hospital for Tropical Diseases, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. ..

Article Title: In Vivo Persistence of Human Rhinoviruses in Immunosuppressed Patients
Article Snippet: .. RNA extracts were submitted to a commercially available multiplex RT-PCR that screens for a panel of respiratory viral pathogens including influenza virus A and B, respiratory syncytial virus A and B, human adenovirus, human metapneumovirus, coronavirus 229E/NL63 and OC43, parainfluenza virus 1–3, HRV A/B (Seeplex RV12 ACE Detection, Seegene, Seoul, Korea) from January to September 2012 (235 specimens, 6.3%) and to a commercially available multiplex RT-PCR that screens for a panel of respiratory viral pathogens including influenza virus A and B, respiratory syncytial virus A and B, human adenovirus (HAdV), human metapneumovirus, coronaviruses 229E,NL63 and OC43, parainfluenza virus 1–4, HRV A/B/C, enterovirus, and bocavirus 1–4 (Anyplex II RV16 Detection, Seegene, Seoul, Korea) from October 2012 to March 2015 (3479 specimens, 93.7%). ..

Amplification:

Article Title: Comparative Evaluation of Six Commercialized Multiplex PCR Kits for the Diagnosis of Respiratory Infections
Article Snippet: .. Kit C corresponds to the Magicplex RV Panel Real-time Test (Seegene Inc); the amplification was performed using GeneAmp® PCR system 9700 (Applied Biosystems) and the detection of PCR products was done on ABI7500 (Applied Biosystems). .. Kit D corresponds to Clart® Pneumovir (Genomica, Madrid, Spain); the amplification was performed on GeneAmp® PCR system 2700 (Applied Biosystems) and the hybridization of PCR products on the array was read using the Clinical Array System (CAR) (Genomica).

Ligation:

Article Title: Comparative Evaluation of Six Commercialized Multiplex PCR Kits for the Diagnosis of Respiratory Infections
Article Snippet: Kit A corresponds to RespiFinder® SMART 22 (Pathofinder, Maastricht, The Netherlands); the reverse transcription and preamplification steps were performed on GeneAmp® PCR system 2700 (Applied Biosystems) and the hybridization, ligation and detection steps on the LightCycler®480 system (Roche Applied Science). .. Kit C corresponds to the Magicplex RV Panel Real-time Test (Seegene Inc); the amplification was performed using GeneAmp® PCR system 9700 (Applied Biosystems) and the detection of PCR products was done on ABI7500 (Applied Biosystems).

Isolation:

Article Title: Evaluation of Four Commercial Multiplex Molecular Tests for the Diagnosis of Acute Respiratory Infections
Article Snippet: For example, culture isolation of viruses of bacteria is poorly sensitive, time consuming and usually too slow to provide a biological result at the acute phase of the disease [ ]; direct immunofluorescence assays and immunochromatographic antigen testing can provide results very rapidly but represent time- and labor-consuming tasks for the former, and are poorly sensitive for the latter [ , , ]. .. This includes the xTAG Respiratory Viral Panel, Fast or v1, assays (Luminex Molecular Diagnostics, Toronto, Canada); the FilmArray respiratory viral panel assay (BioFire Diagnostics, Salt Lake City, UT); the Fast Track Diagnostics Respiratory Pathogen, 21 or 33, assays (Fast Track Diagnostics, Luxembourg); the CLART PneumoVir (Genomica, Coslada, Spain); the RespiFinder, 19 or SMART 22, assay (Pathofinder, Maastricht, Netherlands); the eSensor Respiratory Viral Panel (GenMark Dx, Carlsbad, CA); the MultiCode-PLx (EraGen Biosciences); the Easyplex respiratory pathogen 12 kit (Ausdiagnostics, Sydney, Australia); the Seeplex RV15 OneStep ACE Detection and Pneumobacter ACE Detection (Seegene Inc., Seoul, South Korea); the Magicplex RV Panel Real-time Test (Seegene Inc); and the ResPlex II Panel v2.0 (Qiagen, Hilden, Germany).

RNA Extraction:

Article Title: In Vivo Persistence of Human Rhinoviruses in Immunosuppressed Patients
Article Snippet: Detection of respiratory viruses Respiratory specimens were stored at -80°C before RNA extraction. .. RNA extracts were submitted to a commercially available multiplex RT-PCR that screens for a panel of respiratory viral pathogens including influenza virus A and B, respiratory syncytial virus A and B, human adenovirus, human metapneumovirus, coronavirus 229E/NL63 and OC43, parainfluenza virus 1–3, HRV A/B (Seeplex RV12 ACE Detection, Seegene, Seoul, Korea) from January to September 2012 (235 specimens, 6.3%) and to a commercially available multiplex RT-PCR that screens for a panel of respiratory viral pathogens including influenza virus A and B, respiratory syncytial virus A and B, human adenovirus (HAdV), human metapneumovirus, coronaviruses 229E,NL63 and OC43, parainfluenza virus 1–4, HRV A/B/C, enterovirus, and bocavirus 1–4 (Anyplex II RV16 Detection, Seegene, Seoul, Korea) from October 2012 to March 2015 (3479 specimens, 93.7%).

Quantitative RT-PCR:

Article Title: Epidemiology and Viral Etiology of the Influenza-Like Illness in Corsica during the 2012-2013 Winter: An Analysis of Several Sentinel Surveillance Systems
Article Snippet: Samples were also tested for the simultaneous detection of 26 types/subtypes of respiratory viral pathogens using a Magicplex™ RV Panel Real-Time Test (Seegene) and as listed in . .. Human rhinovirus (HRV) A/B/C, human respiratory syncytial virus A/B, and human metapneumovirus results were confirmed by a supplementary real-time RT–PCR – .

Article Title: A sensitive real-time PCR for detection and subgrouping of human respiratory syncytial virus
Article Snippet: .. 3.2 Seeplex™ RV detection kit vs. RSV LNA real-time RT-PCR Among 264 samples, the assay detected significantly more RSV positives than the multiplex Seeplex kit (84/264 [31.8%] vs 64/264 [24.2%], p -value McNemar test < 0.001). .. The additional 20 samples positive by the RSV LNA assay were confirmed using an RSV G gene RT-PCR ( ).

Article Title: A sensitive real-time PCR for detection and subgrouping of human respiratory syncytial virus
Article Snippet: For these reasons, the N gene was chosen as the target of a novel real-time RT-PCR diagnostic tool, to provide quantitative viral load analysis and discrimination between RSV A and B within a single assay. .. The quantitative assay was compared to a commercial conventional multiplex PCR method (Seeplex™ RV detection kit, Seegene, Inc., Seoul, Korea) ( ) using 264 respiratory samples from a study ( ) on acute respiratory infection in children at the Hospital for Tropical Diseases, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Real-time Polymerase Chain Reaction:

Article Title: Evaluation of Four Commercial Multiplex Molecular Tests for the Diagnosis of Acute Respiratory Infections
Article Snippet: This includes the xTAG Respiratory Viral Panel, Fast or v1, assays (Luminex Molecular Diagnostics, Toronto, Canada); the FilmArray respiratory viral panel assay (BioFire Diagnostics, Salt Lake City, UT); the Fast Track Diagnostics Respiratory Pathogen, 21 or 33, assays (Fast Track Diagnostics, Luxembourg); the CLART PneumoVir (Genomica, Coslada, Spain); the RespiFinder, 19 or SMART 22, assay (Pathofinder, Maastricht, Netherlands); the eSensor Respiratory Viral Panel (GenMark Dx, Carlsbad, CA); the MultiCode-PLx (EraGen Biosciences); the Easyplex respiratory pathogen 12 kit (Ausdiagnostics, Sydney, Australia); the Seeplex RV15 OneStep ACE Detection and Pneumobacter ACE Detection (Seegene Inc., Seoul, South Korea); the Magicplex RV Panel Real-time Test (Seegene Inc); and the ResPlex II Panel v2.0 (Qiagen, Hilden, Germany). .. More recently, direct comparison of commercialised multiplex kits was undertaken, with reference to in-house multiplex real-time PCR systems [ ], or to commercial duplex PCR tests [ ].

Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction:

Article Title: Epidemiology and Viral Etiology of the Influenza-Like Illness in Corsica during the 2012-2013 Winter: An Analysis of Several Sentinel Surveillance Systems
Article Snippet: All samples were tested for influenza viruses A (A(H3N2) and A(H1N1)pdm2009) and B by influenza real-time reverse transcription–polymerase chain reaction (RT–PCR) ( ) – . .. Samples were also tested for the simultaneous detection of 26 types/subtypes of respiratory viral pathogens using a Magicplex™ RV Panel Real-Time Test (Seegene) and as listed in .

Article Title: Viral etiology of community-acquired pneumonia among adolescents and adults with mild or moderate severity and its relation to age and severity
Article Snippet: .. The etiology was considered probable if one of the following criteria was met: (1) detection of RVs in throat swabs by RT-PCR using a Seeplex RV Detection Kit (Seegene Biotechnology Inc., Seoul, Korea) according to manufacturer’s instructions, including respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) types A and B, influenza virus (IFV) types A and B, parainfluenza virus (PIV) types 1, 2, 3 and 4, HRV, enterovirus (EV), hCoV types 229E, NL63, OC43 and HKU1, hMPV, and adenovirus (AdV), bocavirus; (2) purulent sputum (defined as an adequate quality sputum sample with > 25 leukocytes and < 10 epithelial cells per × 100 magnification field) with compatible findings of Gram staining; (3) detection of Mycoplasma pneumoniae (MP) in throat swabs by PCR as previously reported [ ]. ..

Article Title: A sensitive real-time PCR for detection and subgrouping of human respiratory syncytial virus
Article Snippet: Real-time reverse transcriptase PCR (RT-PCR) provides a rapid and sensitive tool for detection of RSV compared to conventional techniques and enables (semi-)quantitation of viral load ( ). .. The quantitative assay was compared to a commercial conventional multiplex PCR method (Seeplex™ RV detection kit, Seegene, Inc., Seoul, Korea) ( ) using 264 respiratory samples from a study ( ) on acute respiratory infection in children at the Hospital for Tropical Diseases, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Article Title: In Vivo Persistence of Human Rhinoviruses in Immunosuppressed Patients
Article Snippet: .. RNA extracts were submitted to a commercially available multiplex RT-PCR that screens for a panel of respiratory viral pathogens including influenza virus A and B, respiratory syncytial virus A and B, human adenovirus, human metapneumovirus, coronavirus 229E/NL63 and OC43, parainfluenza virus 1–3, HRV A/B (Seeplex RV12 ACE Detection, Seegene, Seoul, Korea) from January to September 2012 (235 specimens, 6.3%) and to a commercially available multiplex RT-PCR that screens for a panel of respiratory viral pathogens including influenza virus A and B, respiratory syncytial virus A and B, human adenovirus (HAdV), human metapneumovirus, coronaviruses 229E,NL63 and OC43, parainfluenza virus 1–4, HRV A/B/C, enterovirus, and bocavirus 1–4 (Anyplex II RV16 Detection, Seegene, Seoul, Korea) from October 2012 to March 2015 (3479 specimens, 93.7%). ..

Infection:

Article Title: A sensitive real-time PCR for detection and subgrouping of human respiratory syncytial virus
Article Snippet: .. The quantitative assay was compared to a commercial conventional multiplex PCR method (Seeplex™ RV detection kit, Seegene, Inc., Seoul, Korea) ( ) using 264 respiratory samples from a study ( ) on acute respiratory infection in children at the Hospital for Tropical Diseases, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. ..

Polymerase Chain Reaction:

Article Title: Viral etiology of community-acquired pneumonia among adolescents and adults with mild or moderate severity and its relation to age and severity
Article Snippet: .. The etiology was considered probable if one of the following criteria was met: (1) detection of RVs in throat swabs by RT-PCR using a Seeplex RV Detection Kit (Seegene Biotechnology Inc., Seoul, Korea) according to manufacturer’s instructions, including respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) types A and B, influenza virus (IFV) types A and B, parainfluenza virus (PIV) types 1, 2, 3 and 4, HRV, enterovirus (EV), hCoV types 229E, NL63, OC43 and HKU1, hMPV, and adenovirus (AdV), bocavirus; (2) purulent sputum (defined as an adequate quality sputum sample with > 25 leukocytes and < 10 epithelial cells per × 100 magnification field) with compatible findings of Gram staining; (3) detection of Mycoplasma pneumoniae (MP) in throat swabs by PCR as previously reported [ ]. ..

Article Title: Comparative Evaluation of Six Commercialized Multiplex PCR Kits for the Diagnosis of Respiratory Infections
Article Snippet: .. Kit C corresponds to the Magicplex RV Panel Real-time Test (Seegene Inc); the amplification was performed using GeneAmp® PCR system 9700 (Applied Biosystems) and the detection of PCR products was done on ABI7500 (Applied Biosystems). .. Kit D corresponds to Clart® Pneumovir (Genomica, Madrid, Spain); the amplification was performed on GeneAmp® PCR system 2700 (Applied Biosystems) and the hybridization of PCR products on the array was read using the Clinical Array System (CAR) (Genomica).

Article Title: Evaluation of Four Commercial Multiplex Molecular Tests for the Diagnosis of Acute Respiratory Infections
Article Snippet: However, given the number of aetiological agents potentially implicated in ARIs, conventional monoplex PCR assays are tedious, expensive and require large amounts of biological samples [ , ]. .. This includes the xTAG Respiratory Viral Panel, Fast or v1, assays (Luminex Molecular Diagnostics, Toronto, Canada); the FilmArray respiratory viral panel assay (BioFire Diagnostics, Salt Lake City, UT); the Fast Track Diagnostics Respiratory Pathogen, 21 or 33, assays (Fast Track Diagnostics, Luxembourg); the CLART PneumoVir (Genomica, Coslada, Spain); the RespiFinder, 19 or SMART 22, assay (Pathofinder, Maastricht, Netherlands); the eSensor Respiratory Viral Panel (GenMark Dx, Carlsbad, CA); the MultiCode-PLx (EraGen Biosciences); the Easyplex respiratory pathogen 12 kit (Ausdiagnostics, Sydney, Australia); the Seeplex RV15 OneStep ACE Detection and Pneumobacter ACE Detection (Seegene Inc., Seoul, South Korea); the Magicplex RV Panel Real-time Test (Seegene Inc); and the ResPlex II Panel v2.0 (Qiagen, Hilden, Germany).

Article Title: A sensitive real-time PCR for detection and subgrouping of human respiratory syncytial virus
Article Snippet: .. The quantitative assay was compared to a commercial conventional multiplex PCR method (Seeplex™ RV detection kit, Seegene, Inc., Seoul, Korea) ( ) using 264 respiratory samples from a study ( ) on acute respiratory infection in children at the Hospital for Tropical Diseases, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. ..

Staining:

Article Title: Viral etiology of community-acquired pneumonia among adolescents and adults with mild or moderate severity and its relation to age and severity
Article Snippet: .. The etiology was considered probable if one of the following criteria was met: (1) detection of RVs in throat swabs by RT-PCR using a Seeplex RV Detection Kit (Seegene Biotechnology Inc., Seoul, Korea) according to manufacturer’s instructions, including respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) types A and B, influenza virus (IFV) types A and B, parainfluenza virus (PIV) types 1, 2, 3 and 4, HRV, enterovirus (EV), hCoV types 229E, NL63, OC43 and HKU1, hMPV, and adenovirus (AdV), bocavirus; (2) purulent sputum (defined as an adequate quality sputum sample with > 25 leukocytes and < 10 epithelial cells per × 100 magnification field) with compatible findings of Gram staining; (3) detection of Mycoplasma pneumoniae (MP) in throat swabs by PCR as previously reported [ ]. ..

Hybridization:

Article Title: Comparative Evaluation of Six Commercialized Multiplex PCR Kits for the Diagnosis of Respiratory Infections
Article Snippet: Kit A corresponds to RespiFinder® SMART 22 (Pathofinder, Maastricht, The Netherlands); the reverse transcription and preamplification steps were performed on GeneAmp® PCR system 2700 (Applied Biosystems) and the hybridization, ligation and detection steps on the LightCycler®480 system (Roche Applied Science). .. Kit C corresponds to the Magicplex RV Panel Real-time Test (Seegene Inc); the amplification was performed using GeneAmp® PCR system 9700 (Applied Biosystems) and the detection of PCR products was done on ABI7500 (Applied Biosystems).

Immunofluorescence:

Article Title: Evaluation of Four Commercial Multiplex Molecular Tests for the Diagnosis of Acute Respiratory Infections
Article Snippet: For example, culture isolation of viruses of bacteria is poorly sensitive, time consuming and usually too slow to provide a biological result at the acute phase of the disease [ ]; direct immunofluorescence assays and immunochromatographic antigen testing can provide results very rapidly but represent time- and labor-consuming tasks for the former, and are poorly sensitive for the latter [ , , ]. .. This includes the xTAG Respiratory Viral Panel, Fast or v1, assays (Luminex Molecular Diagnostics, Toronto, Canada); the FilmArray respiratory viral panel assay (BioFire Diagnostics, Salt Lake City, UT); the Fast Track Diagnostics Respiratory Pathogen, 21 or 33, assays (Fast Track Diagnostics, Luxembourg); the CLART PneumoVir (Genomica, Coslada, Spain); the RespiFinder, 19 or SMART 22, assay (Pathofinder, Maastricht, Netherlands); the eSensor Respiratory Viral Panel (GenMark Dx, Carlsbad, CA); the MultiCode-PLx (EraGen Biosciences); the Easyplex respiratory pathogen 12 kit (Ausdiagnostics, Sydney, Australia); the Seeplex RV15 OneStep ACE Detection and Pneumobacter ACE Detection (Seegene Inc., Seoul, South Korea); the Magicplex RV Panel Real-time Test (Seegene Inc); and the ResPlex II Panel v2.0 (Qiagen, Hilden, Germany).

Luminex:

Article Title: Comparative Evaluation of Six Commercialized Multiplex PCR Kits for the Diagnosis of Respiratory Infections
Article Snippet: Kit C corresponds to the Magicplex RV Panel Real-time Test (Seegene Inc); the amplification was performed using GeneAmp® PCR system 9700 (Applied Biosystems) and the detection of PCR products was done on ABI7500 (Applied Biosystems). .. Kit E corresponds to xTAG® respiratory Viral Panel fast (Abbott, Rungis, France) and kit F to ResPlex II Panel v2.0 (Qiagen, Hilden, Germany), for these two kits, the amplification was performed on GeneAmp® PCR system 9700 (Applied Biosystems) and the detection of PCR products on a Luminex platform (Bio-Plex, Bio-Rad).

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