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Regulatory Status


Sample Type

Nasal Aspirate, Nasal Swab, Nasopharyngal Swab, Throat Swab

Incubation Time

15 min


Influenza (flu) is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses that infect the nose, throat, and lungs. Influenza viruse is negative-sense, single-stranded RNA (ssR- NA) virus and divided into four different types.

Among the four subtypes of Influenza virus, Influenza A and B types are the both common causes of acute respiratory illnesses.
Symptoms of influenza are not specific and may include sudden cough, fever, weakness and sore throat which may last 2-3 weeks. Diagnostic tests available for detection of influenza viruses in respiratory specimens.


The Infuenza A/B Test is a rapid, immunochroma- tographic assay for the qualitative detection of Influenza A/B antigens in nasopharyngeal swab, throat swab or nasal aspirate specimens.

• Able to detect most common types of Influenza virus

• Differential detection of A and B types with 3 lines.

İnfluenza A



Nasal Swab Specimen

Throat Swab Specimen

Nasal Aspirate Specimen

Sensitivity: 99,10%

Sensitivity: 95,59% Sensitivity: 99,03%

Specificity: 98,68%

Specificity: 99,42% Specificity: 99,17%


İnfluenza B


Nasal Swab Specimen

Throat Swab Specimen Nasal Aspirate Specimen
Sensitivity: 97,56% Sensitivity: 94,44% Sensitivity:: 97,78%
Specificity: 99,21% Specificity: 99,35% Specificity: 99,48%

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