Hepatitis C virus (HCV) is a chronic hepatitis virus. After HCV infection, the onset and clinical symptoms of patients are very atypical, subclinical infection is more common, easy to cause missed diagnosis. The chronic incidence of HCV infection is significantly higher than that of hepatitis B, which is more prone to early cirrhosis, liver cancer and higher mortality. Therefore, detection of HCV is of great significance to the early diagnosis and clinical treatment of HCV infection.
|Description||Type||Item NO||Source||Application||Recommend to use for|
|C57||rAg||GHCA061-1||E.coli||EIA, LF, Fluorescent||Labelling|
|C44||rAg||GHCA061-2||E.coli||EIA, LF, Fluorescent||Coating|