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A fully automated system

A Fully Automated System

   

A.

A thermo-regulated carousel set at 37°C with 90 positions for disposable cuvettes. A spectrophotometer for measuring absorbance in certain immunoassay reactions is incorporated into the carousel

B.

A pipetting arm that pipettes both reagents and samples

C.

A sample tray with 64 positions for samples, calibrators and controls

D.

A refrigerated reagent compartment, consisting of 15 rails containing the immunoassay reagent racks. The reagent cartridges are stored in the refrigerated reagent compartment between 12 and 15°C while the analyzer is operating, and between 8 and 10°C in standby mode

E.

An automatic cuvette loader, holding 960cuvettes at a time (pre-formed as a cube)

F.

Two barcode readers (one located on the front face of the analyzer, the other integrated into the reagent compartment) identify samples, ancillary reagents and reagent cartridges

G.

Four washers for washing magnetic particles

H.

A luminometer measuring luminescence in immunoassay reactions (directly in the cuvette)

AVAILABLE TESTS

Connective Tissue diseases
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Inflammatory Bowel diseases
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Anti-phospoholid syndrome
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ANA screening
ENA screening
anti-DsDNA
anti-SS-A
anti-SS-B
anti-Sm
anti-RNP
anti-Scl70
anti-Jo1
anti-Centromere

Anti-tTG IgG
Anti-tTg IgA
Anti-Deamidated Gliadin IgG
Anti-Deamidated Gliadin IgA

Anti-Cardiolipin IgG
Anti-Cardiolipin IgM
Anti-B2GP1 IgG
Anti-B2GP1 IgM

     

Autoimmune Liver Diseases
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IRheumatoid Arthritis
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Vasculitis
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anti_LKM1
anti_AMA M2

Anti-CCP

Anti-MPO
Anti-PR3
Anti-GBM

     
   
   

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