Sample-to-Answer Assays and Automation for Gastrointestinal Testing


Diseases and disorders of the gastrointestinal tract often have a significant impact on quality of life. Overlapping symptoms make it difficult to differentiate between cancers, inflammatory diseases and functional disorders. The growing range of molecular and immunodiagnostic tests detecting GI pathogens, protein biomarkers, and antibody-mediated immune response is accelerating diagnosis and treatment.

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Biomarker Monitoring for the Management of Crohn’s Disease
[Infographic] Biomarker Monitoring for the Management of Crohn’s Disease
This infographic distills the essence of the new American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) Clinical Practice Guideline on the Role of Biomarkers in Crohn's Disease (CD). It sheds light on the nuanced recommendations for using biomarkers to monitor and evaluate CD, emphasizing their value in...
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Calprotectin Test Differentiates IBD from IBS
Differentiating IBD from IBS with Fecal Calprotectin Testing
In an effort to improve patient care, an increasing number of gastroenterologists are using fecal calprotectin levels as a first step in the diagnosis of IBD versus IBS. ALPCO tests enable clinicians to accurately assess patients via calprotectin and quickly start patients on the right treatment...
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AutoPlex Automated Multiplex Biomarker Analysis
AutoPlex Automated Multiplex Biomarker Analysis
ALPCO’s automated multiplex assay, AutoPlex GI Panel, provides sensitive and accurate measurement of up to 5 GI biomarkers in human stool samples. The panel combines the workflow advantages of multiplexing with the proven reliability of traditional chemiluminescence sandwich immunoassays to enable...
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