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The Immu-Mark Chlamydia kit is an indirect test for chlamydia infection that detects IgG and IgA anti-Chlamydia antibodies. These antibodies have been used as markers to distinguish between active infection, a carrier state and a negative result. The stabilized reagents require no reconstitution or dilution. The test requires only a light microscope, and results are available within two to three hours. ICN Biomedicals. The Kjel-FAST 6-minute microwave Kjeldahl digestion system incorporates

The Scientist Staff
Mar 6, 1988

The Immu-Mark Chlamydia kit is an indirect test for chlamydia infection that detects IgG and IgA anti-Chlamydia antibodies. These antibodies have been used as markers to distinguish between active infection, a carrier state and a negative result. The stabilized reagents require no reconstitution or dilution. The test requires only a light microscope, and results are available within two to three hours.

ICN Biomedicals.

The Kjel-FAST 6-minute microwave Kjeldahl digestion system incorporates a microwave heating unit to prepare samples for nitrogen or percent protein determination. The user places the sample, catalyst tablets containing a catalyst and potassium sulfate, and sulfuric acid in the reaction vessel, and puts the vessel in the microwave unit. During a six-minute period, the system automatically adds hydrogen peroxide, heats the sample to complete digestion and dilutes the sample with water for the purposes of cooling and achieving the proper concentration.

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