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IDL BIOTECH AB

IDL BIOTECH AB

IDL Biotech AB is a diagnostic company that develops, produces and markets IVD tests worldwide for the healthcare sector. IDL is active in the fields of Oncology and Bacteriology, manufacturing various tumor markers and a rapid Salmonella Typhoid test. IDL's products enable diagnosis and prognosis of diseases, contro ...
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About IDL BIOTECH AB

IDL Biotech AB is a diagnostic company that develops, produces and markets IVD tests worldwide for the healthcare sector. IDL is active in the fields of Oncology and Bacteriology, manufacturing various tumor markers and a rapid Salmonella Typhoid test. IDL's products enable diagnosis and prognosis of diseases, control of treatment efficiency and to prolong the interval between more invasive examinations of the patients.

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POC Bladder Cancer Test
UBC Rapid

UBC Rapid is a powerful Doctors-office test (Point-of-Care), for both primary diagnosis and monitoring and follow-up of bladder cancer, especially for papillary non-invasive high-grade tumors and carcinoma in situ (CIS). The test specifically measures soluble fragments of cytokeratin 8 and 18 in urine samples. It can easily be performed by a nurse or a technician with minimal training and the results are obtained within 10 minutes. UBC Rapid performs better than urine cytology in many patients due to im¬proved sensitivity and the combination of UBC Rapid and cytology enables detection of additional tumors as opposed to cytology alone.
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NSCLC Immunoassay
MonoTotal

MonoTotal is a quantitative immunoassay and a sensitive tumor activity marker for the detection and identification of Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC). It specifically measures defined epitopes on cytokeratin 19, 8 and 18 to provide physicians with an early indication of disease status, measured in terms of tumor cell activity rather than more conventional tumor burden measurements.
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Typhoid Fever Rapid Test
TUBEX TF

TUBEX TF is a rapid and sensitive in vitro diagnostic test for detection of acute typhoid fever, a disease caused by Salmonella typhi. The test principle for TUBEX TF is based on Inhibition Magnetic Binding Immunoassay – a semi quantitative colometric assay (IMBI). The test is characterized by high sensitivity and specificity, and can be performed in any laboratory environment with the result ready within 10 minutes.
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POC Bladder Cancer Test
UBC Rapid

UBC Rapid is a powerful Doctors-office test (Point-of-Care), for both primary diagnosis and monitoring and follow-up of bladder cancer, especially for papillary non-invasive high-grade tumors and carcinoma in situ (CIS). The test specifically measures soluble fragments of cytokeratin 8 and 18 in urine samples. It can easily be performed by a nurse or a technician with minimal training and the results are obtained within 10 minutes. UBC Rapid performs better than urine cytology in many patients due to im¬proved sensitivity and the combination of UBC Rapid and cytology enables detection of additional tumors as opposed to cytology alone.
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NSCLC Immunoassay
MonoTotal

MonoTotal is a quantitative immunoassay and a sensitive tumor activity marker for the detection and identification of Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC). It specifically measures defined epitopes on cytokeratin 19, 8 and 18 to provide physicians with an early indication of disease status, measured in terms of tumor cell activity rather than more conventional tumor burden measurements.
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Typhoid Fever Rapid Test
TUBEX TF

TUBEX TF is a rapid and sensitive in vitro diagnostic test for detection of acute typhoid fever, a disease caused by Salmonella typhi. The test principle for TUBEX TF is based on Inhibition Magnetic Binding Immunoassay – a semi quantitative colometric assay (IMBI). The test is characterized by high sensitivity and specificity, and can be performed in any laboratory environment with the result ready within 10 minutes.
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