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PaxView® HPV16/18/Others MPCR-ULFA Kit

PaxView® HPV16/18/Others MPCR-ULFA Kit



Currently there are over 100 known Human Papillomavirus (HPV) genotypes associated with a number of diseases including many types of cancers, particularly cervical cancer. HPV types are often referred to as high-risk and low-risk, based on whether they put a person at risk for cancer. Two HPV types (16 and 18) cause 70% of cervical cancers and precancerous cervical lesions. Therefore, a sensitive and specific detection of HPV in cervical samples is a useful tool for the early diagnosis of epithelial neoplasia and anogenital lesions.

PaxView® HPV16/18/Others MPCR-ULFA Kit is designed for the simultaneous detection of two high-risk types (16, 18) and common positive of HPV using multiplex polymerase chain reaction (MPCR) and the ensuing, proprietary universal lateral flow assay (ULFA) which is based on DNA-DNA hybridization on nitrocellulose membranes.



HPV16, 18, Common positive



Vaginal/Cervical Swab, Urine


Features and Benefits

Visually check the test result on the ULFA device

Simultaneously detect HPV high-risk(16 and 18) and common positive in one assay

Highly sensitive and fast detection (within 10 min)



DNA Extraction: 15 min

DNA Amplification: 2 hrs

ULFA Detection: 10 min


Product Storage

PaxView® DNA Extraction Kit: storage at 2~8℃

PaxView® HPV16/18/Others MPCR Kit: storage at -25~-15℃

PaxView® ULFA Kit: storage at 15~30℃  



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