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Anyplex™ II
STI-7 Detection

Simultaneous detection of 7 STI causative pathogens using real-time PCR

Anyplex™ II STI-7 Detection simultaneously detects 7 major sexually transmitted infections(STIs) causative pathogens in a single real-time PCR reaction. Based on Seegene’s proprietary DPO™ and TOCE™ technology, this assay detects and identifies the 7 bacteria that the most commonly causes STIs within 3.2 hours after DNA extraction for not only prevents further transmission of STIs but also facilitates effective STI treatments.

Features

Result

The result represents co-infection that UP is high(+++) in the FAM channel, MG is low(+) in the HEX channel, and CT is low(+) in the Cal Red 610 channel.

Publication

- Prevalence of human papillomavirus and bacteria as sexually transmitted infections in symptomatic and asymptomatic women

- Detection of ureaplasma species by a semi-quantitative PCR test in urine samples: can it predict clinical significance?

- High-grade anal intraepithelial neoplasia (AIN) is associated with HIV-1 RNA rectal shedding in virologically suppressed MSM

- Comparative Evaluation of Multiplex Real-Time PCR Assays for Six Pathogens of Sexually Transmitted Infections

- Simultaneous detection and identification of STI pathogens by multiplex Real‑Time PCR in genital tract specimens in a selected area of Apulia, a region of Southern Italy

- Simultaneous detection and identification of STI pathogens by multiplex Real-Time PCR in genital tract specimens in a selected area of Apulia, a region of Southern Italy.

- Comparative Evaluation of Multiplex Real-Time PCR Assays for Six Pathogens of Sexually Transmitted Infections

- Detection of Ureaplasma Species by a Semi-Quantitative PCR Test in Urine Samples: Can It Predict Clinical Significance?

- Molecular evaluation of 7 sexually transmissible microorganisms in symptomatic and asymptomatic Italian childbearing age women: is Ureaplasma parvum a real innocent bystander?

- Molecular sensitivity threshold of wet mount and an immunochromatographic assay evaluated by quantitative real-time PCR for diagnosis of Trichomonas vaginalis infection in a low-risk population of childbearing women

- The Advantages of Using Multiplex PCR for the Simultaneous Detection of Six Sexually Transmitted Diseases

- Prevalence and Antimicrobial Susceptibility of Mycoplasma hominis, Ureaplasma urealyticum and Ureaplasma parvum in Individuals With or Without Symptoms of Genitou

- The Advantages of Using Multiplex PCR for the Simultaneous Detection of Six Sexually Transmitted Diseases

- Bacterial etiology of sexually transmitted infections at a STI clinic in Ghana; use of multiplex real time PCR

- Usefulness of a novel multiplex real-time PCR assay for the diagnosis of sexually-transmitted infections

- Prevalence of sexually transmitted infections among healthy Korean women: Implications of multiplex PCR pathogen detection on antibiotic therapy

- Assessment of coinfection of sexually transmitted pathogen microbes by use of the anyplex II STI-7 molecular kit

- Comparison of the Anyplex II STI-7 and Seeplex STD6 ACE Detection Kits for the Detection of Sexually Transmitted Infections

- FREQUENCY OF 7 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED MICROORGANISMS IDENTIFIEDBY MULTIPLEX PCR IN WOMEN ATTENDING IN A COLPOSCOPY CLINIC

- How Liquid Based Microbiology Can Change the Workflow in the Microbiology Laboratories

- Performance of Anyplex II multiplex real-time PCR for diagnosis of seven sexually transmitted infection: comparison with currently available methods

Note

[1] For use with Seegene NIMBUS & STARlet only