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#1 damon

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Posted 15 September 2010 - 05:47 PM

I want to buy some human anti-RV ELISA KITs from GBD company.But I need to know more information about the product before I make a decision.Then I asked them for a production manual,unfortunately,I didn't get any reply. Can anybody fix this problem for me?I am a green man,and I need you help.

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Posted 19 September 2010 - 08:53 PM

Maybe you can consider other brand ELISA Kits.
Our company offer more than 3000 products to meet the needs of distributors and customers.
We also have Mouse anti-rabies virus antibody ELISA Kit, And our products are quality assured.
You can visit our website to find the products you want at:http://www.eiaab.com/Products.asp?classid=0. Just enter keywords to search.

Or, you can email to tell me what you want. I will be happy to give you more information.
My email address is:apple@eiaab.com


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Posted 19 September 2010 - 08:56 PM

At present,We have Rat anti-rabies virus antibody ELISA Kit, Mouse anti-rabies virus antibody ELISA Kit and Human anti-rabies virus antibody ELISA Kit.

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Posted 21 September 2010 - 12:43 AM

What a pity!My mentor tends to use GBD products.If he has changed his mind,you will be my first choice.[quote name='gyp-apple' timestamp='1284958596' post='87360']
At present,We have Rat anti-rabies virus antibody ELISA Kit, Mouse anti-rabies virus antibody ELISA Kit and Human anti-rabies virus antibody ELISA Kit.
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Posted 22 September 2010 - 02:46 AM

You are correct in asking for a copy of the package insert from the manufacturer BEFORE you spend any money. The package insert should contain:

Of course the methodology and procedure BUT should also have....
1. Information on the range of the dose response curve.
2. Sample type for testing and storage of the samples before testing.
3. Inter and intra assay %CV
4. Stability/storage information.
5. Method comparison study (compare results to a reference method(s)).
6. Linearity and/or spike and recovery study.
7. Specificity, sensitivity, and interfering substances.

You should inquire about any commercial controls that could be used to verify performance.

Hopefully your current source and any suggested to you can provide some if not all of this information prior to purchase. If not...find another supplier. If you can not get information for 1-7 you have to seriously consider the quality of the product you are purchasing...or have to validate the product for yourself.

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Posted 24 September 2010 - 05:54 PM

I don't know how to express my gratitude. These information will not only help me to choose the right elisa kit and the right supplier,but also help me to know more about you.I think that's not a coincidence, you always help people in different ways. Have a good time.

You are correct in asking for a copy of the package insert from the manufacturer BEFORE you spend any money. The package insert should contain:

Of course the methodology and procedure BUT should also have....
1. Information on the range of the dose response curve.
2. Sample type for testing and storage of the samples before testing.
3. Inter and intra assay %CV
4. Stability/storage information.
5. Method comparison study (compare results to a reference method(s)).
6. Linearity and/or spike and recovery study.
7. Specificity, sensitivity, and interfering substances.

You should inquire about any commercial controls that could be used to verify performance.

Hopefully your current source and any suggested to you can provide some if not all of this information prior to purchase. If not...find another supplier. If you can not get information for 1-7 you have to seriously consider the quality of the product you are purchasing...or have to validate the product for yourself.






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