The RIDA®CHIP FoodGuide test is a microarray enzyme immunoassay (M-EIA) for in vitro diagnostic use.
It is suitable for the quantitative detection of specific IgG antibodies against food allergens in human blood samples. The test should be used in cases of suspected food intolerance.
The RIDA®CHIP FoodGuide utilizes a state of the art detection method for the determination of food specific IgG antibodies. This miniaturized microarray technology enables to test 12 samples (A8503) or 24 samples (A8501 and A8502) for the presence of food specific IgG of up to 100 different food antigens.
The RIDA®CHIP FoodGuide stands out by the following unique attributes:
- Fast and convenient laboratory method
- Low hands-on time during processing
- Flexible allergen choice
- Accompanied by state of the art equipment…
- …and a sophisticated, modern interpretation software – RIDASOFT FoodGuide
|Art. No.||A8501, A8502, A8503|
|Test format||Micro array with 24 wells (96 well plate format)|
|Standard range||2.5 µg/ml - 200 µg/ml|
|Sample preparation||Serum samples have to be diluted 1:100. |
A total sample volume of only 10 µl serum is needed.
|Incubation time||Serum incubation: 45 min|
Conjugate incubation: 30 min
Substrate incubation: 15 min
Total time to results (including report generation): < 2 h
|Shelf life||12 months|
|External Link Website||http://www.ridachip-foodguide.com|