recomLine TORCH IgG
Immunoblot format with Rubella virus lysate for detection of IgG antibodies to Rubella virus.
German measles caused by the Rubella virus typically occurs during childhood and normally takes a mild course. However, severe damage can occur in unborn children if the mother becomes infected with the virus shortly before pregnancy or within the first few months of pregnancy. The outcome can be spontaneous abortion, premature birth, or the “Rubella syndrome” (impairment of the heart, eyes, and inner ear).
The recomBlot Rubella IgG uses Rubella virus lysate produced in Vero cells.
Rubella-specific antigens are presented by electrophoretic separation and transfer to a nitrocellulose membrane.
Product #4902 recomBlot Rubella IgG (20 tests per kit)
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Available in the U.S. For Research Use Only. Not intended for diagnostic procedures.