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To combat disease, infection, and drug abuse by providing the world with innovative and cost-effective solutions in rapid diagnostics.

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  • Ebola Research | 10-minute Rapid Tests
    Ebola virus (EBOV) causes severe disease in humans and in nonhuman primates in the form of viral hemorrhagic fever. The name Ebola virus is derived from the Ebola River (a river that was at first thought to be in close proximity to the area in Zaire where the first recorded Ebola virus disease outbreak occurred) and the taxonomic suffix virus. Zaire ebolavirus is a virological taxon included in the genus Ebolavirus, family Filoviridae, order Mononegavirales. The species has a single virus member, Ebola virus (EBOV). Ebolavirus species Zaire (ZEBOV) causes highly lethal hemorrhagic fever, resulting in the death of 90% of patients within days. Most information on immune responses to ZEBOV comes from in vitro studies andanimal models. Ebola Zaire attacks every organ and tissue in the human body except skeletal muscle and bone. Ebola is classified as a Level 4 pathogen (higher than AIDS) with a 2 to 21 day (7 to 14 days average) incubation period. There are currently four known strains of Ebola: Zaire,Sudan, Reston and Tai. All cause illness in sub-human primates. Only Ebola Reston does not cause illness in humans. The mortality rate of Ebolavictims is between 60% and 90%; with Ebola Sudan at 60% and Ebola Zaire at 90%.

    We've developed the following tests for its diagnosis:

    Ebola antigen nasal one-step rapid test

    Used to diagnose: Ebola

    Ebola antigen rapid test by nasal.

    Used to diagnose: Ebola

    These tests are for investigation use only.

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