Recent Innovation Boosts Antibody Detection Kit Market
Posted On January 18, 2021
Antibodies are proteins produced by immune systems in response to any infection and to help fight such diseases and infections. The presence of such antibodies determines whether a person has had contact with any virus or bacteria or not. Binary Antibody Tests are used to understand how an individual's immune system reacts to the current going Coronavirus or any other types of bacteria and viruses.
Recently, researchers have brought forward a new form of antibody test that would give more rapid and in-depth information of the virus’s effect on the immune system.
A new diagnostic platform, Attana Virus Analytics (AVA), has been developed to give medical personnel an idea of what antibodies are present inside an individual that helps them fight the Coronavirus and how strongly they react to it.
Researchers conducted tests by collecting blood, serum, and plasma samples from different patients and analyzing it to study individuals' immune response towards SARS-Cov-2 and the bacteria Clostridium tetani. The samples were collected from the fingers and bend of the arm. The study has shown promising results with a report that takes only 15 minutes to be ready.
This newly developed test may advance the Antibody Detection Kit Market further as it will be able to deduce the matter of who needs to take the vaccine and how a particular individual is reacting to it. In addition, it guarantees that the antibody test is accurate and can propose suggestions on the sustainability of immunity.
AVA enables laboratories to collect data on the quality and quantity of antibodies and then compare it with other samples. In this way, an immunity development profile can be set up. The test also provides the choice of checking the legitimacy of already existing test results but with greater accuracy.
This new platform help in making a decision in regards to vaccination, recommendations, and restrictions. The increased accuracy in antibody tests would impact things at all levels, including individuals, companies, authorities, and society as a whole.
The team of researchers is now set to further develop the technique in diagnostic to have a single diagnostic platform that can be used not just in current pandemic situtaion but also have a greater futuristic approach.