What is the IVD reagents definition? NeoCide® Preservative is the effective preservation of chemicals (abbreviated to PC) and a new biocide (unison to NeoCide) for controlling microorganisms in biological media for IVD raw materials products. Suitable media includes in vitro diagnostic reagents, control solutions, calibration solutions, buffers, and mobile phases. With broad-spectrum activity, excellent compatibility and stability, and low toxicity and biodegradable at use levels, NeoCide preservative is the ideal choice for replacing Thimerosal, Sodium Azide, and Gentamicin.
Due to outstanding IVD reagent manufacturing, NeoCide preservative eradicates bacteria, fungi, and yeasts in reagents for prolonged periods, thereby increasing a product's shelf life and open vial stability. The water solubility permits easy incorporation into in vitro diagnostic reagents. Further, in vitro diagnostic reagents does not affect the functionality of most enzyme-or antibody-linked reactions, and will not interfere with assay indicators. The composition of the product is exactly the same as that of Sigma-Aldrich.
IVD refers to the removal of blood, body fluids, tissues and other samples from the human body, and the use of in vitro diagnostic reagents, kits, calibrators, quality control substances, etc. to test and verify the samples.
IVD diagnostic reagents are widely used in medical examination procedure for the diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of chronic disease and critical disease for patient. They are designed for the examination of specimens that are taken from the human body and are widely used in immunology, clinical chemistry, molecular diagnostic, hematology and urinalysis. With the increasing need of IVD reagent manufacturing in healthcare, genomic, and proteomic services, IVD diagnostic reagents are playing a more and more important role in healthcare institutes, independent laboratories and research institutes.