Typhoid fever is an acute intestinal infection caused by bacillus typhi. Clinical features include persistent high fever, systemic poisoning symptoms, hepatosplenomegaly, leukopenia, relatively slow pulse (pulse not proportional to body temperature), and skin rose rash. There may be intestinal bleeding, intestinal perforation and other complications.

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T63 rAg GHCA009-1 E.coli Coating/Labeling ELISA,CLIA,LFT
T51 rAg GHCA009-2 E.coli Coating/Labeling ELISA,CLIA,LFT



4 weeks ~ 10 weeks after human body infects syphilis spirochete, the non specific antibody that can produce certain amount to fight kind of lipid qualitative antigen in serum (reaction element) and the specific antibody that fights syphilis spirochete antigen, these antibody all can use immunological method to undertake detection.

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TP21 rAg GHCA001-1 E.coli Coating/Labeling ELISA,CLIA,LFT
TP29 rAg GHCA001-5 E.coli Coating/Labeling ELISA,CLIA,LFT


It occurs most frequently in tropical Africa. This infectious disease caused by plasmodium falciparum infection, often with chills, fever, headache as the first symptoms, complications, if not timely treatment, can be life-threatening.

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HRPII-4C6 mAb GHMA002-3 mouse Labeling ELISA,CLIA,LFT
HRPII-7F10 mAb GHMA002-4 mouse Coating ELISA,CLIA,LFT


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PV-3B9 mAb GHMA116-1 mouse Labeling ELISA,CLIA,LFT
PV-7C6 mAb GHMA116-2 mouse Coating ELISA,CLIA,LFT


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Pan-15H9 mAb GHMA002-3 mouse Coating ELISA,CLIA,LFT
Pan-14F6 mAb GHMA002-4 mouse Labeling ELISA,CLIA,LFT

Type A Clostridium perfringens alphatoxin

Toxin A (CPA) is one of the most important toxins of Clostridium perfringens, and also the most important virulence factor of Clostridium perfringens type A. Clostridium gas capsule is bow | all kinds of animal necrotic enteritis, intestines toxemia, gangrene of human food poisoning and trauma chi is one of the main pathogenic bacteria.

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CA15 rAg GHCA108-1 E.coli Coating/Labeling ELISA,CLIA,LFT

Clostridioides difficile

Clostridium difficile is a member of the normal flora of the human gut. When antibiotics are not used in a standardized manner, the intestinal flora can be maladjusted. Drug-resistant CLOstridium difficile bacteria proliferate and cause diseases such as antibiotic-associated diarrhea and pseudomembranous enteritis.

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GDH rAg GHCA037 E.coli Quality Control ELISA,CLIA,LFT
GDH-1A4 mAb GHMA041-1 mouse Coating/Labeling ELISA,CLIA,LFT
GDH-2D5 mAb GHMA041-2 mouse Coating/Labeling ELISA,CLIA,LFT


Adult clonorchiasis parasitize in the human hepatobiliary duct and it can cause clonorchiasis sinensis. The harm is mainly the liver damage of the patient. Children and adolescents infected with Clonorchis sinensis often have severe clinical manifestations and high mortality.

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P36 rAg GHCA029 E.coli Coating/Labeling ELISA,CLIA,LFT


There are three main species that are parasitic on human body, as schistosoma japonicum, schistosoma mansoni and schistosoma haematobium. Adult schistosoma parasitize in the mesenteric vein and some of the eggs enter the bloodstream and cause symptoms that in severe cases can kill the host. Schistosomiasis affects millions of people in Africa and East Asia.

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SJ54 rAg GHCA028 E.coli Coating/Labeling ELISA,CLIA,LFT
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