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Echinococcus immunoblot system

Summary Information: Echinococcus immunoblot system

Echinococcus immunoblot system: An Echinococcus immunoblot system is a laboratory method used to identify human antibodies to an Echinococcus (a microscopic tapeworm) antigen in a blood sample. This system relies on a detectable interaction between human antibodies and a specific Echinococcus antigen. Echinococcus larvae (eggs) infect humans and lead to rapidly growing cysts that develop in the liver, lung and other organs.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: Echinococcus immunoblot system

These diseases are related to the medical device Echinococcus immunoblot system:

  • Echinococcosis (tapeworm larvae infection)
  • Alveolar Echinococcosis (lung cysts)

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