Monkeypox Virus Nucleic Acid Detection Kit (PCR-Fluorescence Probing)

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This kit is used for qualitative detection of nucleic acid of Monkeypox Virus (MPV ) in bloodand Rash exudate from individuals who are suspected of Monkeypox Virus by their healthcare provider. And it is indicated for use as an aid in the diagnosis and monitoring of Monkeypox Virus infection. [Detection Principle]

According to the principle of fluorescence PCR technology, this kit designs specific primers and Taqman probes for Monkeypox Virus, and detects the nucleic acid of Monkeypox Virus through fluorescence PCR detector.


Main Com onents



Kit Component

Specification/VoIume PL/q uantity


25 tests/kit

50 tests/kit

qPCR pre-mixed solution (including enzymes)

400yL 1 tube


Tris, KCI, MgC12 dNTPs, Taq enzyme,


Primers and probes

100yL 1 tube

200klL ltube

Primers and probes

Positive control

500yL 1 tube


A plasmid containing a fragment of the gene to be tested.

Negative control

1 tube

1 tube

DEPC-treated Water


[Storage Conditions and Shelf Life]

  1. Stored at -25 0C -15 0C and keep away from light; shelf life: 12 months.
  2. Low temperature transportation cannot exceed 4 days; Stored at -25 0C

-15 0C and keep away from light after opening, no effect on the shelf life. Avoid repeated freezing and thawing. Six times of freezing-theming not affect the detection effect.

  1. Date of production and shelf life: See the outer packing box.

[Components Required But Not Included within the Test] I. Alternative extraction reagents:

Nucleic acid extraction and purification kit (Shanghai BioGerm Medical Technology Co., Ltd.)

  1. Consumables not supplied:

I .5 mL DNase-free and RNase-free Eppendorf tube

0.2 mL PCR tube or strip

Various models of pipettes and pipette tips (IOUL,and

1000gL tips with filters)

Centrifuge (can reach to 12,000 rpm)


Disposable powder-free gloves and surgical gowns


  1. Real-Time PCR Instrument(s):

CFX96 Dx System (Bio-Rad Inc.), Applied Biosystems 7500 Real-Time PCR Instrument System (Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.), LightCycler@ 480 Real-Time PCR System (Roche Molecular

Systems, Inc.) and so on.

Every instrument requires qualification as well as periodic maintenance and calibration. Always read and understand the manufacturer's manual before using them.

[Requirements for Sample]

  1. Types of samples: Blood (collect fresh anticoagulant blood); Rash exudate.
  2. Sample collection: all specimens should be collected by a medical professional at a designated place following collection instructions of the collection device manufacturer.
  1. Storage conditions: Collected specimens should be submitted for inspection in time. Specimens tested within 24 hours should be stored at 4 0C, and stored at -70 0C for more than 24 hours, and repeated freeze-thaw should be avoided. [Detection Method]
  2. Reagent preparation (reagent preparation area)

Thaw the kit components at 4 0C and keep away from light, shake and mix thoroughly, and then centrifuge immediately. Calculate the number of reagents used N (N = number of samples + I < positive control > + I < negative control >), prepare the reaction system according to the following table, add it to a centrifuge tube of an appropriate volume, shake and mix well then centrifuge immediately, aliquot 20 Illu into PCR reaction tubes respectively and transfer to the sam le rocessin area.

Com onent name

Volume added


qPCR pre-mixed solution (including enz es



Primers and robes MPV



Total volume



  1. Sample processing (sample processing area)

O Nucleic acid extraction: Select the appropriate nucleic acid extraction kit to extract nucleic acid of virus, and operate according to the instructions of the corresponding kit.

O Loading: Add 5 UL of the extraction of sample, 5 glu of positive control and 5 YL of negative control to the PCR reaction tubes prepared above, and ensure that the final volume is 25 PL/tube. Tightly cap the tube or sealing film, and centrifuge immediately, and then place the PCR reaction tubes in a fluorescence quantitative thermal cycler for amplification detection.

  1. PCR amplification detection (amplification detection area)





Number of c cles


Reaction of re-de eneration


5 min

1 e ele


Reaction of degeneration Reaction  of annealing/extension/fluoreseen ce detection




40 s

40 eyeles

*Fluorescence detection was perfonned at 55 0C in step 2, and detection channels was FAM.

*ROX eon-eetion was not selected for Applied Biosystems 7500 Real-Time PCR

Instrument System, and the quenched group was None

  1. Result analysis

Adjust the start and end values of baseline as well as threshold value according to the image after analysis (it is recommended to set the start value at 3-15 and the end value at 5-20, and adjust the amplification curve of negative control to be straight or lower than the threshold line), click Analysis to automatically obtain the analysis results, and view the results on the Report interface.

[Quality control]

Each test must include the Positive control and Negative control result.

Acceptance Criteria of Controls:

  1. Negative control(valid) : Ct value > 38 or no detection.
  2. Positive control(valid) : the amplification curve was S-shaped, and the Ct value was SO.

If the negative and/or positive control included m the run IS invalid, the entire run is invalid and patient results cannot be interpreted. In this case a root cause analysis needs to be performed, and all patient specimens need to be retested after the root cause has been identified and eliminated.

[Interpretation of the results]

All test controls should be examined prior to interpretation of patient results. If the controls are not valid, the patient results cannot be inte reted.


Ct value




Ct>38 or undetermined


Report Result


s-shaped amplification curve and the Ct<35


Report Result

Shanghai BioGerm Medical Technology Co., Ltd.

Suspicious sample. s-shaped curve and Suspicious Do NOT *Re-testreport.

3           amplification



  1. If a suspicious sample re-test, and the re-test result is s-shapedamplification curve and 35 < CtS38,the result is positive.
  2. FAM channel was used to detect B/PV. [Limitations of the Detection Method]

l . Improper sample collection, transportation and storage, and improper reagent transportation, storage and configuration may affect the detection results, or even could lead to false negative results.

  1. False positive results may occur if laboratory contammation, reagent contamination, and sample cross-contamination occur. [Performance characteristics]

l . Limit of detection:              copies/mL.

  1. Specificity: VIPV can be detected in all specimens and there is no overlap with other types.

[Warnings and Precautions]

  1. Special Conditions for Use Statements: for in vitro diagnostic use only
  2. The experiment operation must be strictly carried out in corresponding areas to avoid cross-contamination.

3 Each component should be thawed at room temperature, shaken and mixed thoroughly, then centrifuged immediately before using.

  1. The components of different batches of the kit or other products cannot be used interchangeably.
  2. Specimens to be tested should be stored at -700C if not tested in time.
  3. Samples should be handled in strict accordance with biosafety specifications.
  4. PCR operators should have experience and professional training.

[Date of Issue] Version 01, 23May , 2022.

Ex lanation of the s mbols used





-25 c

Temperature limit



Batch code

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