SARS-CoV-2 qPCR test

A range of qPCR tests for SARS-CoV-2

Although YouSeq is primarily an NGS kit business, the team have a wealth of qPCR experience and launched a range of qPCR tests to support the global requirement for qPCR testing.

Each YouSeq kit is a complete solution containing all reagents and controls necessary for accurate detection of SARS-CoV-2 genomes. The kits are very easy to use and is suitable for low and high throughput laboratories. YouSeq will provide exceptional customer service to take you through the process of using the kit in your setting.

All kits are sold For Research Use Only (RUO)

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- COVID19 Specific primer/probe mix (incl. RNaseP Primer/probes)
- OneStep qRT-PCR MasterMix
- Positive control template
- DNase/RNase Free Water
- Template Resuspension Buffer
All of the YouSeq COVID19 detection kits are designed to confer the best possible specificity to the viral genome. We routinely refer to the latest available sequence data to ensure all primer sets are highly specific and deliver sensitivity qPCR with high efficiency.

COVID19 kit performance data

Your Questions Answered

SARS-CoV-2 is the official name of the novel corona virus which originated in 2019 in Wuhan, China. COVID19 is the name given to the disease, to which SARS-CoV-2 causes.
Simply, No. These kits detects viral RNA. Meaning the test can detect if the virus is currently present and at what level. It can not detect an immune response.
No, this will simply detect whether a sample has an infection or not, when collected.

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