Coronavirus COVID-19 IgG ELISA Assay

$785.00

This Coronavirus COVID-19 IgG ELISA Assay Kit is used for the qualitative detection of novel coronavirus infected pneumonia cases, suspected clustering cases, and other new coronaviruses in serum or plasma samples (COVID-19) through measurement of the COVID-19 IgG antibody. This kit is for research use only within the United States. This kit is marked for CE/IVD outside the United States.

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Coronavirus COVID-19 IgG ELISA Assay

Coronavirus COVID-19 IgG ELISA Assay was developed and manufactured in the US

Size: 1×96 wells
Sensitivity: Cut-off control
Incubation Time: 1.5 Hours
Sample Type: Serum or Plasma
Species Sample: Human
Sample Size: 10 µL
Alternative Names: Coronavirus, COVID-19
For Research Use Only in the United States, KTR-1032
CE Marked outside the United States, KT-1032

Controls Included


Assay Principle

The COVID-19 IgG ELISA Assay is designed, developed, and produced for the qualitative measurement of the COVID-19 IgG antibody in serum or plasma samples. This assay utilizes the microplate based enzyme immunoassay technique.

Assay controls and samples are added to the microtiter wells of a microplate that was coated with the COVID-19 peptide antigen nucleocapsid protein and spike protein. After the first incubation period, the unbound protein matrix is removed with a subsequent washing step. A horseradish peroxidase labeled COVID-19 IgG tracer antibody is added to each well. After an incubation period, an immunocomplex of ” COVID-19 polypeptide antigen – new coronavirus IgG antibody HRP labeled COVID-19 IgG tracer antibody ” is formed if there is coronavirus IgG antibody present in the tested materials. The unbound tracer antibody is removed by the subsequent washing step. HRP labeled tracer antibody bound to the well is then incubated with a substrate solution in a timed reaction and then measured in spectrophotometric microplate reader. The enzymatic activity of the tracer antibody bound to the coronavirus IgG on the wall of the microtiter well is proportional to the amount of the coronavirus IgG antibody level in the tested materials.


Information for US Customers

During this crisis, steps are being taken to ensure that we can provide access to quality products for diagnostic testing. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued guidance which allows for distribution of the serological tests. At this time, the kits are released for sale in the United States under the provisions outlined in Section D of Policy for Diagnostic Tests for Coronavirus Disease-2019 during the Public Health Emergency.

The kits are registered under product code QKO, the submission number is D376537.

Per the aforementioned guidance, the following statements are required:

  • This test has not been reviewed by the FDA.
  • Negative results do not rule out SARS-CoV-2 infection, particularly in those who have been in contact with the virus.
  • Follow-up testing with a molecular diagnostic should be considered to rule out infection in these individuals.
  • Results from antibody testing should not be used as the sole basis to diagnose or exclude SARS-CoV-2 infection or to inform infection status.
  • Positive results may be due to past or present infection with non-SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus strains, such as coronavirus HKU1, NL63, OC43, or 229E.

This kit is only provided for use by clinical laboratories or to healthcare workers for point-of-care testing, and not for at home testing.


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Additional Information

Assay Background

2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is a single-stranded RNA coronavirus. Comparisons of the genetic sequences of is virus have shown similarities to SARS-CoV and bat coronaviruses. In humans, coronaviruses cause respiratory infections. Coronaviruses are composed of several proteins including the spike (S), envelope (E), membrane (M), and nucleocapsid (N). Results suggest that the spike protein retains sufficient affinity to the Angiotensin converting enzyme 2 (ACE2) receptor to use it as a mechanism of cell entry. Human to human transmission of coronaviruses is primarily thought to occur among close contacts via respiratory droplets generated by sneezing and coughing. IgG is the most abundantly found immunoglobulin to be produced in response to an antigen and will be maintained in the body after initial exposure for long term response.


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