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Fungiplex® range

Real-time PCR detection of fungal infection directly from clinical isolates

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Fungiplex® Aspergillus IVD

For patients at risk of invasive aspergillosis, PCR can aid earlier diagnosis and allow for targeted use of antifungal therapy.

  • Aspergillus spp.

  • Aspergillus terreus

Fungiplex® Aspergillus Azole-R IVD

Azole resistance in Aspergillus fumigatus is rising. PCR can give rapid results to target treatment. For detection of mutations in the Cyp51A gene associated with pan-azole resistance. Test from serum, plasma, BAL or isolate.

  • Mutation TR34

  • Mutation TR46

Fungiplex® Candida IVD

Candida are the most prevalent pathogenic fungi. For patients at risk of invasive candidiasis, PCR is more sensitive than blood culture. Test from whole blood, serum or plasma.

  • Candida spp.

  • Candida glabrata

  • Candida krusei

Fungiplex® Candida Auris RUO

Candida auris is often multi-drug resistant an can be misidentified by conventional techniques. The MALDI Biotyper® offers unambiguous identification from isolates. PCR can provide rapid results from sample, without culture.

  • Candida auris

Fungiplex® Mucorales RUO

Mucorales are emerging as opportunistic fungal pathogens with increased incidence. PCR can be applied to non-invasive samples and is of interest to discriminate between Aspergillus and Mucorales.

  • Rhizopus spp.

  • Lichtheimia spp.

  • Cunninghamella spp.

  • Rhizomucor spp.

  • Mucor spp.

  • Actinomucor spp.

  • Apophysomyces spp.

  • Saksenaea spp.

  • Syncephalastrum spp.

Fungiplex® Universal RUO

A pan-fungal PCR reporting the presence or absence of fungal DNA. Including Zygomycetes, Cryptococcus and Trichosporon.

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Fungiplex® Pneumocystis IVD

PCR detection from bronchial lavage samples (bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) and non-directed bronchial lavage (NBL)) and throat swabs.

  • Pneumocystis jirovecii

  • Bêta-actine humaine (contrôle endogène)

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