Guide proper patient management and increase workflow efficiency with rapid, reliable ELISA / EIA and lateral flow immunoassays for enteric bacteriology, virology, parasitology, and respiratory infection identification. Choose the format to suit your laboratory workflow, whether you are looking for enzyme immunoassays for high throughput or lateral flow immunoassays for convenient out of hours testing or low testing volumes.
Thermo Scientific™ ProSpecT™ range are enzyme immunoassays (EIA) in a familiar microplate format, giving sensitive and specific results. ProSpecT microplate assays allow one person to produce multiple reportable results with one common procedure and common reagents, ideal for batch testing and suitable for automation.
Thermo Scientific™ Xpect™ rapid lateral flow antigen assays deliver excellent clinical performance to optimize laboratory efficiency and turnaround time. Easy-to-use with a long shelf life and room temperature storage, choose Xpect when you need to provide short turnaround (STAT) testing, or 24/7 coverage.
Test direct from fecal specimens and simplify your workflow with easy-to-use ProSpecT and Xpect bacteriology products. Obtain reliable, sameday results for the detection of enteropathogenic Campylobacter, as well as toxins produced by some of the most devastating enteric pathogens, including Clostridium difficile and Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli (STEC).
ProSpecT and Xpect parasitology immunoassays are easy-to-use diagnostic tests for the rapid identification of intestinal protozoan parasites direct from fecal specimens, including: Cryptosporidium, Giardia,Entamoeba histolytica.
When it comes to Flu A, Flu B, and Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) testing, Xpect Flu A&B and Xpect RSV allow a rapid diagnosis with confidence, which is essential for reducing secondary testing, decreasing unnecessary antibiotic use, and guiding appropriate antiviral therapy.
Browse our range of additional lateral flow tests for prompt diagnosis and early therapy including tests for Legionella and Mycoplasma pneumoniae.